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CAHWT announces first election candidates for next year’s poll

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Despite Galway city having the State’s third highest Household Tax compliance rate, anti-Household Tax candidates believe they can still “mount a serious challenge” at the next local elections.

Westmeath wins e-Government award for online services

Westmeath County Council has been announced as a winner in the annual e-Government Awards, held in Dublin recently. The council was one of five short-listed candidates in the Local Government category and took the award for their suite of online services which includes a newly-redeveloped website, rural transport initiative and online services for elected members.

Business as usual for council services

In spite of ongoing freezing weather conditions for the greater part of this week, the majority of council services and facilities have been operating as normal.

New county council website goes live

With an increased emphasis on ease of use for customers, Westmeath County Council’s new website www.westmeathcoco.ie was launched this week to great welcome from local councillors.

Members downbeat about future of council services

It was all doom and gloom at this week’s meeting of Kilkenny County Council and the members were downbeat following the presentation by the financial controller and county manager on the financial state of play.

Independent Jack Moran launches campaign

The latest hopeful to throw his hat into the ring, independent candidate Jack Moran, launched his local election campaign last week in Athlone’s Creggan Court Hotel.

€40m county buildings officially opened

Last Thursday June 11, outgoing cathaoirleach of Westmeath County Council, Cllr Joe Whelan officially opened the new county buildings in Mullingar.

Council members to discuss ‘Snip’ in special September meeting

Kilkenny County Council has agreed to a proposal by Cllr Tomás Breathnach, that it convene a special meeting in September to discuss the recommendations on local government included in the Snip Report.

Mayo County Council should increase its services — Flynn

In a discussion surrounding Mayo County Council’s corporate plan, which spans a five year period from 2010 to 2014, Fine Gael councillor Peter Flynn suggested that the council should increase its range of services, due to the scaling back of other government agencies, with Mayo County Council taking on these additional services so everything is dealt with “under one umbrella”.

 

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