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Council must charge rates on vacant premises says councillor

Charging rates on vacant premises would generate an additional €2 million in income each year for the Galway City Council and could lead to a rate reduction for all businesses of five per cent.

City car parking costs to be slashed in January

Despite cuts across the board in the Galway City Council’s budget for 2012, councillors have decided to give local businesses and shoppers a lift in the New Year.

Councillors attempt to block proposed halting site

Serious questions were raised at Monday’s city council meeting to have land in Ballindooley listed as a heritage site, which some councillors suspected was a means to block a proposed Traveller halting site for the area.

Bill for Eyre Square runs to €15 million

The final bill for the controversial Eyre Square Enhancement Scheme has come to €15 million - more than double what the project was originally meant to cost.

Reinvest income from Christmas market into Eyre Square, says Crowe

The Continental Christmas market, which proved highly popular last year, will return to Eyre Square from November 25 to December 18.

City remains divided over plans to scrap roundabouts

Galway motorists are in for a “long-suffering winter and New Year” of traffic delays, disruptions, and congestion “hundreds of time worse” than what they experience now, when work starts on replacing seven of the city’s roundabouts with signalised junctions.

Ethics investigation finds Crowe breached guidelines, but did not do so deliberately

An investigation into allegations that Cllr Michael Crowe failed to comply with his obligations to disclose property interests under the Local Government Act 2011 has found that while the councillor breached the Act he did not do so deliberately.

New museum showcases arrive to house ancient and mediaeval artefacts

Thirteen new high quality showcases have been delivered to the Galway City Museum, and will be used to display valuable and delicate artefacts.

City businesses call for ban on noisy busking

William Street businesses are calling on the Galway City Council to ban buskers from using amplifiers when performing, claiming that it is causing a disturbance for staff and customers.

Peace in our time at City Hall as Crowe flies in to broker deal

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A stalemate between Councillor Padraig Conneely and Galway City Council came to an end at a special meeting on Friday evening.

 

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