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The Galway City Council will continue to hold talks with various stakeholders to implement outdoor dining shortly.
Galway’s two local authorities have been asked to brace themselves for busy weekends across the city and county by providing adequate litter and toilet facilities at popular recreation spots.
By December, the Galway City Council plans to have a design for an activity centre at the old waterworks site in the Terryland area.
It is imperative to the connectivity of Ballina to other major towns in the county - that the N26 from Mount Falcon to Foxford and then on to Ballyvary to join up with the new N5 Castlebar to Westport - gets put back on the agenda - a number of councillors said this week.
Park and playground wardens motion carried
Fine Gael councillor Jarlath Munnelly has asked Mayo County Council to consider putting a bundle of its roadworks projects out for tender, to ensure they are completed this year. Speaking at Mayo County Council’s April meeting this week, Cllr Munnelly said: “We will be under pressure in what is a very large roads project this year to get them all finished, it is April now and everybody knows with Covid we have been set back. I think the county council has to make a serious effort to get this done.
Two Westport-based councillors have called on Mayo County Council to get moving on plans for a Greenway connection to the town linking up a number of villages to the south.
Speaking at the recent monthly meeting of the Athlone Moate Municipal District, Fianna Fáil Councillor, Frankie Keena expressed his gratitude to Westmeath County Council Director of Services, Barry Kehoe, for his positive engagement pertaining to the installation of a changing places toilet facility in the Athlone civic offices.
Government supports provided throughout the Covid pandemic enabled the Galway City Council to record a €160,000 end of year surplus in its 2020 annual financial statement.