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News in Breif from around the county
A bitesize look at what was discussed at the October meeting of Mayo County Council.
News in brief from around the county.
The tender process for the new Intreo Centre, located at the Old Library in Shop Street, Tuam, has begun with applications to carry out the work required to be submitted before September 30.
A "rolling lane closure" on Bohermore/Prospect Hill, between 10am and 4pm throughout August is "the least disruptive" time period in which to carry out essential watermain rehabilitation works.
It’s all systems go now for the campaign to rebuild Ballinrobe Town Hall - following Minister Michael Ring’s announcement of over €1m in funding on Friday last.
Fine Gael General Election candidate Alan Dillon appeals to motorists about safety concerns over the worsening problem of vehicles increasing speed and breaking the lights at the Prison Road junction, where realignment roadworks on the N60 are taking place on the outskirts of Balla at Lagnamuck.
Fianna Fáil TD for Galway West, Éamon Ó Cuív, has slammed the HSE and the Minister for Health for the inordinate delay in providing full orthopaedic services in Merlin Park, Co. Galway where two operating theatres have been out of action.
At a recent sitting of the Athlone Moate Municipal District, Green Party Councillor, Louise Heavin, received broad support for her motion to limit the use of glyphosate, the harmful weedkiller commonly known as Roundup by the local authority.
According to the Construction Industry Register of Ireland, 40 Mayo contractors are now qualified for competence in the construction quality mark, with only 850 companies across Ireland on the register.