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Major works to improve safety measures at a dangerous stretch of road in the Salthill area are to begin in the New Year. A detailed outline of the proposed work in the Maunsells Road/Taylor’s Hill and Rosary Lane areas was given to councillors at this week’s meeting of the Galway City Council.
Athlone Municipal District councillor John Dolan, has welcomed the starting of works to complete the repairs to the footpaths on the Athlone Road in Moate.
With its pier virtually destroyed, roads left impassable, and the threat of even further flooding, the inhabitants of storm battered Inisbofin fearful of “being forgotten about” are pleading with the Galway County Council, local representatives, and Government to provide the funding and manpower to carry out urgent repair work.
The first example of community involvement in public roads in Westmeath is to get the go-ahead after the council managed to secure an additional €892,000 in funding.
Relief is on the way for residents and business owners on the Foxford Road in Ballina who have been experiencing water outages recently, Mayo Fine Gael TD Michelle Mulherin has announced.
A councillor has welcomed the start of the new, €6 million Garrycastle bridge, and claimed it as a “fulfilment of a political promise that I made to the electorate when I contested the 2009 election for Athlone Town Council”.
The controversial new one-way road system in Oranmore is to be reviewed by the Galway County Council, only a week after being installed.
The ongoing saga of potholes on roads around Ballina was raised once again at the Ballina Electoral Area meeting this week when Fine Gael councillor , Jarlath Munnelly said, “I may sound like a broken record in respect of this but the problem of the potholes has to be fixed. If we don’t get it sorted in the next short while, it will be 10 times worse by the time we can do it again if we get a winter like last year”.
Despite the appearance of gardaí on point duty at a number of strategic junctions around the town for the last few days in the wake of a council meeting that clamoured for such, a senior garda confirmed this will stop today (April 8), and will not be in place for the duration of the bypass renovation.
A senior executive engineer with Mayo County Council was found by the Standards in Public Office Commission to have breached the Ethics in Public Office Act in a report published recently. The investigation was carried out by the commission after an allegation against Kieran Lynn in relation to the declaration of interests and works carried out to improve access to lands he owned at Cushalogurt, Westport, Co Mayo, by Mayo County Council.