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Castlebar Town Council drops rates by two per cent in its final budget

The final budget meeting of Castlebar Town Council saw the elected members vote to drop the commercial rates in the town by two per cent for the year ahead. The members voted to cut the rateable valuation from 70.23 to 68.76 on foot of a proposal from Sinn Féin councillor Therese Ruane.

Castlebar Chamber of Commerce welcomes free car parking

Castlebar Chamber of Commerce has welcomed the move by Castlebar Town Council to provide free car parking at designated times in the run up to Christmas.

Parking charges concerns Castlebar Chamber president

Castlebar Chamber president Oliver Kelleher, in a presentation to Castlebar Town Council last week, hit out at the council on a number of issues. Kelleher told the meeting that the businesses in the town were looking for “fair play” and were not looking for “special treatment”.

Council agrees to cheaper parking for Castlebar’s main car parks

Members of the public can expect to pay a bit less for parking in Castlebar in the coming weeks with the adoption of new parking bye-laws in the town by the town council this week. The new bye-laws will see monthly parking permits for the new Pavilion Road car park and the Spencer Street car park available to the public for €10 a month. Parking in both those car parks can also be paid for at a daily rate of €2.

Council agrees to cheaper parking for Castlebar’s main car parks

Members of the public can expect to pay a bit less for parking in Castlebar in the coming weeks with the adoption of new parking bye-laws in the town by the town council this week. The new bye-laws will see monthly parking permits for the new Pavilion Road car park and the Spencer Street car park available to the public for €10 a month. Parking in both those car parks can also be paid for at a daily rate of €2.

Potential changes to car parking charges in Castlebar

Those who take advantage of purchasing a long stay parking disc for the two major town centre car parks in Castlebar, will potentially see their cost of parking increase in the near future.

Christmas festivities begin in Westport

The sparkling lights on the impressive tree at the Octagon illuminated the streets of Westport on Monday afternoon after the Minister of State at the Department of Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Mr Michael Kitt, turned on the Christmas lights, bringing some Christmas cheer to Ireland’s tidiest town.

Weekend of free parking to boost Christmas trade

In an all out effort to generate more activity for Athlone’s retailers, restaurants, hotels, and pubs, Athlone Chamber and Athlone Town Council will be offering free all-day parking in five town centre car parks this weekend, which between them have a total of 1,000 car-parking spaces.

 

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