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What a Pity

The missing Horse-chestnut Tree In front of a house, close by the sea, there stood a beautiful horse-chestnut tree. How long it stood exactly, I do not know. But it must have been a hundred years or so. For the … Continue reading

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City Hall is closed to the public – procedure to make submission on planning application

Note that City Hall is closed to the public due to covid-19 restrictions.  You can only be seen by appointment. If you wish to make an appointment ring 091-636400. There is only space for a limited number of appointments. If … Continue reading

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Procedures for returning to Mass in Salthill

Initially very few will be able to attend in person as the restrictions are gradually eased. In the meantime Mass on the webcam will continue daily at 10am. Find it at http://www.salthillparish.ie/our-parish/webcam/

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Planning Application for Communications Tower at the Arus – Update

Files for planning application number 20/124 have now been scanned so the public can view them online at https://plan.galwaycity.ie/?file_number=20124. Permission is sought to install an 18.1m (59.4 feet) multi-user free standing support structure carrying telecommunications equipment including antennas, RRUs and … Continue reading

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Never Waste a Good Crisis

Never waste a good crisis. We may be in various forms of lock down. Our normal work may be stopped or restricted in some way. But with a positive attitude we can often find some advantages in our predicament. The … Continue reading

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Easing of Restrictions does not mean Easing of Social Distancing Requirements

The slight easing of restrictions to control the Covid-19 virus, while welcome, does not mean that there is any easing of the requirements for social distancing, good cough hygiene, or frequent hand washing. As if to emphasise the continued need … Continue reading

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Leaving Cert Maths and Physics Online Resource Packs

School is out for now but the work still needs to be done. The new target date of late July/ early August for the Leaving Cert exams should help in drawing up a time table to cover what you need … Continue reading

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Lock Down Tightens in Salthill

The City Council workers were out this morning erecting barriers to close off parks, The Prom and Blackrock to discourage people from congregating in groups.

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Pandemic – making it through

The invisible enemy has been named Covid-19. This pandemic is unlike anything that most of us have ever seen. It will be tough but we’ll get through. How hard it gets depends on what we do. Its not natural to … Continue reading

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Illegal Signage at Pearse Stadium finally removed.

We have received formal notification from Galway City Council that the illegally erected signage at Pearse Stadium has been removed and that the warning letter and enforcement notice has now been withdrawn. Enforcement proceedings have been discontinued in this case. … Continue reading

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