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Repair bill jumps for storm damage jumps by €9 million

As the weeks move on after superstorm Christine, the bill for the repair and future protection of Mayo’s coastline has continued to rise as the damage to public infrastructure continues to be assessed by Mayo County Council. The new total for the repair and upgrade of the public infrastructure in the county is €13,490,000, up from the first estimate of €4.5 million which was given in mid-January.

Westmeath Enterprise needs the X factor

A Mullingar businessman’s suggestion for better networking for entrepreneurs has been warmly welcomed by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton.

Lack of funding for south Westmeath roads

Cllr John Dolan is frustrated at the lack of investment planned for the N55 and the N62 roads in the south of the county.

Moate Courthouse to house library by November

Moate library is to be settling into its new location at Moate Courthouse by the end of November this year.

Galway’s Quincentennial, 1984

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On January 1 1984, President Patrick Hillery officially launched the Quincentennial, a year long celebration of 500 years of civic independence unique in western Europe. In 1484, a number of Galwegian merchants persuaded King Richard III to grant the city a charter which made the town a mayoral city. In the same year Pope Innocent VIII granted them the power to nominate their own warden and priests.

Minister could overturn council’s wind energy policy

Westmeath’s newly formed policy on wind energy could be overturned by the Department of the Environment if it is found to be out of step with national policy, it emerged this week.

Westmeath is open for business - new forum proposed

Westmeath is to have a new economic forum starring the best and brightest entrepreneurs the county has to offer.

No change to Arcadia zoning in Town Development Plan

The Athlone Town Development Plan for 2014-2020 is to be published within the next month, after councillors agreed to the final draft of the plan on Tuesday.

Council wants to keep area offices open

Council has concerns over procurement process of Irish Water

 

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