West Mayo Councillors are calling on representatives of Transport Infrastructure Eire to deal with their subsequent Municipal District assembly to stipulate how the Clew Bay Greenway can now proceed.
The greenway was one of many tasks straight impacted, after Mayo County Council was not too long ago pressured to return over €1 million in funding secured from the Division of Neighborhood & Rural Improvement, when it emerged that the native authority didn’t adjust to guidelines surrounding the tourism infrastructure funding scheme.
The fiasco was extensively mentioned once more at yesterday’s month-to-month assembly of the West Mayo Municipal District.
Impartial Councillor Christy Hyland informed Midwest Information that it’s now time to maneuver ahead and see how TII, the authority now in command of growing greenways nationally, intends to progress the Clew Bay Greenway.
He proposed that TII representatives would handle their subsequent assembly, and his proposal was supported by councillors current.
Cllr Hyland spoke to Midwest Information editor Teresa O’Malley about why councillors now wish to hear straight from the TII…