7 July 2023

~1 minutes read

Calls for creation of new Galway City litter manangement plan

Share story:
Calls for creation of new Galway City litter manangement plan

Galway Bay fm newsroom – There are calls for Galway City Council to begin the process of creating a new litter management plan.

There is a legislative requirement for all local authorities to have a plan, and for it to be reviewed every three years.

Councillor John Connolly says the last review of the litter plan for Galway city took place in 2019, with that plan elapsing last year.

Although a recent national survey named Galway as the cleanest Irish city, some areas required more attention, such as Eyre Square

Councillor John Connolly highlights a number of things he wants addressed in the next plan:

Share story:

Moycullen bypass roundabouts being changed as drivers "not using them correctly"

The roundabouts on the Moycullen bypass are being changed – because drivers aren’t using them properly. A meeting at County Hall heard that si...

County Cathaoirleach and Oranmore councillor Liam Carroll announces retirement from local politics

County Cathaoirleach and Oranmore councillor Liam Carroll has announced he is retiring from local politics. He had declared his intention to run as an ind...

Ardrahan woman honoured with IACP Western Regional Award

An Ardrahan woman has won a Western Regional Award from the Irish Assosication for Counselling and Psychotherapy Michelle Caufield is the lead trainer and...

Slight decrease in complaints made to Ombudsman for Children by young people in Galway

There has been a slight decrease in the number of complaints made to the Ombudsman for Children from Galway in 2023. Last year, 52 complaints were submitt...