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Minister commends flood relief staff

Michael Finneran, TD, Government Deputy for Roscommon / South Leitrim and Minister for Housing and Local Services, this week [November 23] expressed his thanks to the county council staff for their work in dealing with flooding issues in the local counties during the past week.

Flood devastation: clean-up to run into six figure sum

The clean-up operation following the flooding of several hundred homes in Athlone and the surrounding area will cost hundreds of thousands of euros and will be “difficult, traumatic, messy and will take some time”, according to county manager Dan McLoughlin.

Council receives 39 submissions on Monksland plan – Naughten

A total of 39 submissions on the draft local area plan for the Monksland/Bealnamullia area have been received by Roscommon County Council, Cllr John Naughten has confirmed.

Arthur accuses Fianna Fáil of ‘nitpicking’ over budget

Cllr Colm Arthur has accused Fianna Fáil councillors of ‘nitpicking’ following Westmeath County Council’s budget meeting on Monday.

St Mary’s Church to be sold to the council

St Mary’s Church and graveyard are to be bought by the local authorities in Kilkenny from the Church of Ireland in what is seen to be an important move for the conservation of heritage in the Marble City.

Latest freeze good news for traders in Athlone as rates stay put

There will be some new year’s cheer for the 777 ratepayers of Athlone with the news this week that there will be no increase in rates for 2010.

Water water everywhere and not a drop to drink

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With the emergency response room finally closed today following round the clock operations at County Hall, services are somewhat returning to normal for most.

Councillors make hard calls to cut county rate

After two days of meetings which totalled over 12 hours of discussion and debate, along with numerous in committee meetings, the 31 elected members of Mayo County Council agreed on a budget which saw them cut the rate in the county by two and a half per cent, to bring it to 68.76 on Friday evening.

Cold snap to cost the council €500,000

The prolonged cold spell not only had a drastic impact on peoples’ lives in Kilkenny but it also took its toll on local authority coffers with the final figure spent on dealing with the big freeze calculated at €500,000.

 

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