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Galway City Council offers support to Mayor Mike Cubbard following threats

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Galway City Council chief executive Brendan McGrath has condemned the threats made to Mayor Mike Cubbard.

Councillor demands action after massive youth gathering on Knocknacarra waste ground

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Groups of youths gathering on waste ground last weekend in Knocknacarra, in defiance of social distancing and health guidelines, has led to a councillor calling for joint action by parents and gardaí against anti-social behaviour.

Ballina Municipal District Briefs

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Catch up on what was discussed at the March meeting of the Ballina Municipal District 

Mary Hoade raises concerns over Land Development Agency Bill

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Local Authorities must be the lead provider of social and affordable housing in the State, but this is now under threat from the Government’s Land Development Agency Bill 2021.

Oranmore train station, Corrib pedestrian bridge, Eyre Square, Woodquay, Nuns’ Island among projects to receive €62million funding

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More than €62 million has been secured for a significant number of transformational infrastructure projects in Galway under the Government’s Urban Regeneration Development Fund (URDF). 

Fine Gael Councillor welcomes installation of Castledaly village speed warning signs

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Local Fine Gael Councillor, John Dolan, has welcomed the installation of driver feedback signs in Castledaly.

The handing over of Galway Gaol

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Galway City and County gaols were built at the beginning of the 19th century on a large site which took up most of Nuns Island. Construction was conditional on a right of way, the road all around the walls, also being built. James Hardiman, the historian, described it as follows: “The Prison …. Is built in the form of a crescent …. The interior of which is divided into eight wards ….. separated by walls which form so many radii of a circle, and, terminating in the rear of the governor’s house, bringing the whole range within many of his windows, by which means he can, at a single glance, survey the entire.”

‘Women councillors need to come together and do so more often’

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“Women councillors need to come together and do so more often – to share our experience and wisdom and to collaborate and support cross-party working to focus on issues that affect women.”

Westmeath Greens welcome publication of River Shannon tourism masterplan

The Green Party in Westmeath has welcomed the launch of a major new Shannon Tourism Masterplan which will see developments and improvements to the potential in many towns along the river.

Increased level of Westmeath housing adaptation grants funding announced

Longford-Westmeath Fine Gael Minister of State, Deputy Peter Burke, has announced an increased level of funding to provide home adaptations for older people and those living with disability and mobility issues within County Westmeath.

 

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