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Fine Gael’s John O’Mahony has said that grants of €252,542.50 paid from the Local Enterprise Office in 2014 are providing great support to local businesses in Galway.
Mayo Fine Gael TD, John O’Mahony, has said that the news that over €200,000 has been allocated for the development of an astro-turf pitch in Kilmovee will be warmly welcomed by the people of Kilmovee and its environs.
Proper steps need to be followed and alternatives sought before rural services are cut, that’s according to James Claffey, policy and communication officer at Irish Rural Link.
The Dáil will this week debate a Fianna Fáil motion calling for the full protection of the LEADER scheme and funding for local LEADER companies in Mayo and across the country. Mayo based Fianna Fáil Deputy Dara Calleary has called on Mayo’s four Fine Gael deputies to stand up for community development companies in Mayo, and ensure that funding is protected when changes kick in next month that will see existing programmes integrated with programmes due to begin in 2015.
Mayo TD John O’Mahony (Fine Gael) has welcomed the announcement last week by Phil Hogan, Minister for Environment, Community and Local Government that he has given sanction for South West Mayo Development Company Ltd to approve funding of €200,000 to Claremorris Town Hall Trust, under the Basic Services for the Economy and Rural Population measure of the Rural Development Programme 2007-2013.
Minister for Environment, Community and Local Government, Phil Hogan announced yesterday that he has given sanction for Comhar na nOileán Teo to approve funding of €200,000 to Brú Dhún Aonghusa, Cill Mhuirbhi, Inis Mór, Árainn, Co Galway.
Minister for the Environment, Community, and Local Government, Phil Hogan, has given sanction for Galway Rural Development Company to approve funding of €156,914 to Leitrim Sports and Recreational Development Group for the development of a community car park and playground in Leitrim, Loughrea, Co Galway.
Forum Connemara is to approve funding of €200,000 to the Kylemore Trust to establish an education centre in the west wing of Kylemore Abbey.
Community, sports, and refurbishment projects in Connemara are to benefit from a cash injection of up to €348,921 under the Rural Development Programme.
Chnoic Indreabhán is to benefit from a new all weather pitch, Minister for Environment, Community, and Local Government Phil Hogan announced on Monday. The pitch will be located in Coiste Pháirc Uile Aimsire Ghleann and funding to the tune of €411,019 has been approved for the project.