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Mayo County Cathaoirleach

Blackie K. Gavin

Blackie K. Gavin

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N17 Knock to Collooney Option Selection Process Commences

N17 Knock to Collooney Announcement

he first Public Consultation with regard to the proposed upgrade of the N17 between Knock and Collooney, will take place in Charlestown (Library Building) and Tobercurry (One Stop Shop) on the 24th and 25th of October respectively, between 1pm and 7pm on both days.

Improvements to the existing N17 Knock to Collooney national primary route, have been established in the Governments National Development Plan as a potential means of improving regional accessibility along the Atlantic Economic Corridor and to the north-west of Ireland.

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Boil Water Notice issued for Knock Airport Public Water Supply

Boil Water Notice

Following advice from the Health Service Executive, Irish Water and Mayo County Council have issued a Boil Water Notice for those businesses and customers supplied by the Knock Airport Public Water Supply. This also affects Cloonlyon Group Water Scheme along with Knock Airport, Cloonlyon National School and approximately 15 households.

The Boil Water Notice has been put in place following the detection of cryptosporidium in the Knock Airport Public Water Supply.

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Mayo County Council Amongst Top Performing Local Authorities Nationally

#YourCouncil 2019

Mayo County Council continues to increase productivity in areas such as social housing supply, planning and job creation an annual audit of its services has shown.

The report, published on Monday, October 14, coincides with #YourCouncil, a new social media campaign aimed at informing the public about how the local authority impacts their daily lives and how they can engage with council services.

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Mayo County Council welcomes Cabinet approval for N5 Westport to Turlough Road

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Mayo County Council welcome today’s announcement from Minister Ring, that Cabinet has given approval for the construction of the N5 Westport to Turlough road, at a total cost of  €241 million.

The proposed road development involves the construction of 20.3 km of dual carriageway from Westport to Turlough and a 2.5 km single carriageway link to the N59 Westport to Mulranny road.

The route stretches from Deerpark East in Westport to the village of Ballyneggin, near Turlough, Castlebar.

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Mayo County Council making great strides in battle to save Beautiful Blonde Bombshell from Belmullet

Belmullet Bumblebee - Group Shot

The Great Yellow bumblebee is the rarest bee in Ireland and has been classified as endangered. Currently the only sustainable population left in Ireland can be found on the Mullet Peninsula in North Mayo, having formerly been widespread across the island of Ireland. Mayo County Council, in partnership with Belmullet Tidy Towns, the National Biodiversity Data Centre, Birdwatch Ireland and students and staff School of Agriculture and Food Science at University College Dublin are all working together to ensure the Great Yellow Bumblebee has a future.

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Amateur Drama and Music Recording Assistance Awards and Tyrone Guthrie Residency deadline announced.

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Mayo County Council Arts Service is delighted to announce that applications are open for the following Awards and Bursaries for 2019:

- Amateur Drama Award
- Music Recording Assistance Awards
- Tyrone Guthrie Regional Bursaries

Deadline: 24th October

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