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The Sligo councillor who’s been selected as chairperson of the Sligo/Drumcliffe Municipal District says she will continue to campaign for a new Garda station Sligo town. It was one of the priorities listed by Independent Councillor Marie Casserly after her selection by councillors representing the Sligo/Drumcliffe Municipal District at their…

Funding has been announced by the Minister for Local Government to help women councillors set up regional caucuses or groups. The total allocation is €62,000. €5,000 is to go to a number of counties, including Sligo, Leitrim and Donegal. The funding is in response to applications from the Association for…

There may be temporary interruptions to the water supply on high areas around Grange in north Sligo this week. It’s as Sligo County Council’s water services staff carry out works at the Grange reservoir. Independent Councillor Marie Casserly says the works will result in higher water pressure and the easier…

A Sligo councillor says preparations are ongoing for the development of a greenway in Sligo. Independent Councillor Marie Casserly says work is being done on various reports, including environmental screening and scoping reports, all in parallel with design work for the Collooney to Bellaghy greenway. She also says a list…

Markings and signs are being placed on a number of roads in north Sligo as part of the effort to get motorists to slow down at dangerous locations. Motorists are being advised that with brighter evenings, dry weather and the Covid restrictions, there are now more people, particularly pedestrians, on…

The extension to the rent supplement scheme for the victims of domestic abuse will provide hope and the prospect of a better for future for victims. That’s according to Sligo/Drumcliff Councillor Marie Casserly. Cllr Casserly say the pandemic has increased the level of domestic violence and it’s vital that victims…