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Residents of a Moyside neighbourhood in Ballina are weighed down with worry as they start what has become for them a dreaded countdown to Christmas.
Ireland North West MEP, Jim Higgins this week has said that there is funding available at European level to help with the clean-up following last week’s series of storms. The Mayo based MEP said: “I have already been in contact with the Commission, and funding is available at EU level for the clean-up but the Government must apply immediately. I’ve studied the application form and received guarantees that DG Regional Policy will be on hand to assist with an Irish application.”
Residents of housing estates, who are already paying maintenance fees to a management company, should not have to pay the property tax as they should not have to pay twice for the same service.
A local politician has put a proposal to the Fine Gael parliamentary party seeking to bring forward emergency legislation to advance flood works in Claregalway, Caherlea, Carnmore and Oranmore.
People in the Lisheenavalla, Caherlea, Claregalway, Montaigh, and Carnmore areas have waited too long for flood alleviation measures and works must start now.