Deputy Connolly said that it has come to her attention that the Board of Directors for Time4Us has written to all parents informing them that the service will be closing on March 31st, 2018. This is a service that has been in existence for over 10 years having been established in 2007. During that periodContinue Reading
This Saturday will see the next step in the campaign for the roll-out of light rail in Galway. Deputy Connolly said she is now following up on the commitment given by her at a packed public meeting on Thursday 30th November, 2017, to initiate a petition campaign which will show the demand for light railContinue Reading
Deputy Connolly has said she fully understands the frustration felt by the ambulance team with the unsuitability of their accommodation at Merlin Park. She said that despite repeated promises that this accommodation would be temporary, it is now over three years since the ambulance service was asked to move. In this regard Deputy Connolly saidContinue Reading
Deputy Connolly said the failure by the City Council to build one single public house since 2009 has greatly exacerbated the crisis. The City Council is now attempting to rectify this situation by taking a number of initiatives including the provision of approximately 60 houses by direct build, approximately 70 through turn-key developments, and aContinue Reading
Deputy Connolly fully supports the call from survivors and their families that they be placed at the heart of any consultation process in relation to the development of the former industrial school at Lenaboy, Taylor’s Hill. Furthermore, the request by ‘The West of Ireland Centre for Survivors and their Families’ that the building be usedContinue Reading
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