30 06, 2018

Canney Welcomes Additional funding of €1,273,000 for roads in County Galway

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I have received confirmation that Galway County Council are to receive additional roads funding from T.I.I. under the Pavement Capital Maintenance. The funding will be used at the various locations for pavement overlays. A total [...]

29 06, 2018

Canney welcomes funding for CLAR Projects for Galway in excess of €300,000

By | June 29th, 2018|Athenry Area, Blog, Galway East, Gort Area, Headford Area, Homepage, Information, Kinvara Area, Latest News, Loughrea Area, Portumna Area, Tuam Area|0 Comments

Seán Canney has been informed by the Department of Community and Rural Development that they have today allocated in excess of €300,000 for nine projects in Galway. There are a variety of projects including the [...]

27 06, 2018

NCT Centre for Tuam to become reality

By | June 27th, 2018|Blog, Galway East, Homepage, Information, Latest News, Tuam Area|0 Comments

The long-awaited National Car Testing (NCT) Centre for Tuam is now imminent. I understand that the contracts have been issued and the Centre is to be located on the former Hi-Way Garage site on the [...]

27 06, 2018

‘IRELAND FIRST’ SAYS JUNCKER

By | June 27th, 2018|Blog, Galway East, Homepage, Information, Latest News, National|0 Comments

Great to meet up with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker in Strasbourg this week. I asked him how Ireland would be protected in the Brexit negotiations going forward and what measures would be taken to [...]

25 06, 2018

Funding for Schools Welcomed by Canney

By | June 25th, 2018|Athenry Area, Blog, Education, Galway East, Gort Area, Headford Area, Homepage, Kinvara Area, Latest News, Loughrea Area, Portumna Area, Tuam Area|0 Comments

Deputy Seán Canney has welcomed the allocation of funding for various school projects in Galway East. St. Jarlath’s College Tuam has been allocated funding for Special Needs Projects as has Barnaderg National School. Leitrim National [...]

20 06, 2018

PROPOSED BOUNDARY CHANGES WILL LEAD TO ‘CONFUSION’

By | June 20th, 2018|Athenry Area, Blog, Galway East, Gort Area, Headford Area, Homepage, Information, Kinvara Area, Latest News, Loughrea Area, Portumna Area, Tuam Area|0 Comments

Galway East TD Seán Canney has hit out against a report which proposes radical changes to local municipal district boundaries. The Local Electoral Boundary Committee is recommending a series of changes aimed at making municipal [...]

14 06, 2018

Additional Walking trail at Knockma open to the public

By | June 14th, 2018|Blog, Galway East, Homepage, Information, Latest News, Tourism, Tuam Area|0 Comments

I wish to confirm that the additional walking trail on Knockma Hill is now complete and is open for use. The additional walkway includes a 1.7km additional walking trail and will open up this very [...]

14 06, 2018

€8 million funding for Apprenticeship Programmes in Institutes of Technology.

By | June 14th, 2018|Blog, Education, Galway East, Homepage, Information, Latest News|0 Comments

€8 million funding for Apprenticeship Programmes in Institutes of Technology. I have welcomed the announcement that €8 million is being invested in apprenticeship programmes in the Institutes of Technology. ‘In particular I welcome the investment [...]

7 06, 2018

Extra funding for CIS schemes

By | June 7th, 2018|Blog, Galway East, Homepage, Information, Latest News|0 Comments

Significant additional funding for community involvement schemes was announced this week. Galway County Council has been allocated €400,000 for work in 2018 and a further €231,000 for 2019, bringing the total funding under this scheme [...]

7 06, 2018

Review of local government funding

By | June 7th, 2018|Blog, Galway East, Homepage, Information, Latest News|0 Comments

A review of the baseline funding being provided to local authorities is underway and it is important that Galway County Council benefits from the outcome of the review. It is widely accepted that Galway County [...]