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A Sligo Councillor believes a new hazardous waste facility should be built in the county. Sinn Fein Councillor, Thomas Healy says one should be built in Sligo Town as there is currently only one servicing the region based in Tubbercurry. Hazardous waste includes items such as paint tins, pesticide/herbicides containers,…

A solution to the long running Access problem to the popular Luke’s Bridge in Gortnaleck, in North Sligo could be in the offering following an agreement with a local landowner and Sligo County Council. Sligo Drumcliff councillor Thomas Healy says the access route to the Bridge was obstructed with mobile…

A Sligo Councillor is calling for domestic turf saving in the north west to be allowed continue.   Sinn Féin Councillor Thomas Healy claims that many people have no viable alternative when it comes to heating their homes.   Cllr Healy says it’s unfair for local residents to be prevented…

A Sligo Councillor is calling for a solution to an area of Collooney suffering from a large volume of water runoff on a regular basis. Sinn Fein Councillor, Thomas Healy, tabled a motion at Sligo County Council where he said water from blocked drains is causing a financial and mental…

Some property owners and homeowners are not yet aware that they will be affected if some of the proposed new routes for the N17 Collooney to Knock road goes ahead. That’s according to Sinn Fein Councillor Thomas Healy who is asking people in the Collooney area to study the route…

People living between Collooney in County Sligo and Knock in County Mayo are being reminded to make their views known on proposals for a new N17 route between the towns. Sligo Sinn Fein Councillor Thomas Healy says the project is currently at planning and design stage, with a number of…