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It seems that Galway is going to lose out on a major new tourist attraction that would potentially be worth millions to the local economy. Campaigners fighting to restore the Naomh Eanna, which plied the route between the city and the Aran Islands, are beginning to admit defeat that the famous ship will ever return to the west.
The current number of housing staff in the Galway City Council is at “crisis level which is having a serious domino effect on the lives of thousands of people across Galway city”.
A full sized, FIFA approved, astro turf soccer pitch is to be created in Cappagh Park, following the approval of grant aid of €250,000 to Knocknacarra Football Club.
Independent councillor for Galway City East, Declan McDonnell is working with Renmore Gymnastics Club on its long-term plans to develop a purpose built gymnastics facility for their club.
After more than a year of campaigning for its return, the seven day burial service is due to be restored by the end of this year, according to city councillor Ollie Crowe who described it as the “right outcome”.
The Galway City Council has voted to close a section of Lough Atalia road for eight weeks before the Christmas period, which is expected to cause major traffic disruptions in the city centre in the run up to one of the busiest periods of the year.
Moves which could potentially have led to the privatisation of the Knocknacarra Community Centre have been halted. A chance now exists for locals to put forward ideas on how the centre can be run.
With more than 74 empty houses and 3,619 households on the housing waiting list, the recent allocation of €415,000 for the city, although welcome, is a drop in the ocean with more needed to tackle the lack of housing which is at crisis point.
Galway’s status as the only city in Ireland not to have a resource centre for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community, could be coming to an end.