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‘Let’s put our heads together’- Clare’s Cllr Crowe

first_imgEmail Advertisement WhatsApp THERE are many stark challenges facing the Mid-West region and the best way to tackle them is through a partnership approach, according to Clare councillor, Cathal Crowe. He told the Limerick Post: “The elected members of Clare County Council will continue to promote, encourage and facilitate the development of the University of Limerick’s north campus, and our council is presently acting as the lead authority in the the route selection stages of the proposed Limerick Northern Distributor road.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “It is also in the interests of both counties to have a well resourced and supported Shannon airport”.Turning to a more localised effort, he had this to say:“I think it would be both healthy and productive to have a number of joint meetings between the Killaloe Electoral Area councillors and Limerick City East Ward councillors.“Our administrative boundaries may be drawn at the mid-point of Athlunkard bridge, but this is most certainly not where the issues for our constituents begin and end.“It is vital that we sit down to discuss areas of mutual interest such as traffic, road maintenance, planning matters, etc. The boundary line between the counties must be accepted and respected for what it is and where it lies but the delivery of service across this boundary should be seamless”.Two years ago, he pointed out, Clare County Council combined efforts with Limerick City Council to install a new hand-railing on the Athlunkard bridge.“If heads are put together I think a lot can be achieved.“I am hopeful that my motion will be passed at this week’s meeting and if our colleagues in Limerick city are agreeable to it, we could have our first joint area meeting this Autumn”. Twitter Linkedincenter_img Print NewsLocal News‘Let’s put our heads together’- Clare’s Cllr CroweBy admin – July 25, 2011 568 Facebook Previous articleElaine special ‘gift’ brings hope to othersNext articlePublic asked to continue fight against animal cruelty adminlast_img read more

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Osun Half Marathon to Sensitise on Exercise, Fitness, Says Oyetola

first_imgOsun State Governor, Mr Gboyega Oyetola, has said that the proposed Osun Heritage International Half Marathon, scheduled to hold on November 23, was aimed at sensitising the public on the importance of physical exercise and fitness for the health of the people.He maintained that the marathon, which is being organised in conjunction with Zenith Business Suite, Lagos would also create opportunity for local athletes to showcase their potentials. Oyetola made this disclosure while addressing a press conference in Osogbo as part of the activities to herald the marathon exercise.  Adegboyega Oyetola Represented by the Supervisor for the Ministry of Social Protection, Sports and Special Needs, Comrade Biyi Odunlade, the governor stated “sport is an integral part of living”, adding that it is part of the programmes being packaged to commemorate the first year anniversary of the current administration. Oyetola stated that “the half marathon is to sensitise the public on physical exercise to enhance fitness. Sports boost circulatory system for a sound mind in a sound body.”While assuring that his administration would continue to create enabling environment for sports development, he restated his commitment to ensure overall infrastructural growth of state. In his remark, the race director of the marathon and official of Zenith Business Suite Aderemi Akinwale explained that “the starting point for the marathon is the roundabout in front of the state secretariat, Abere. We are expecting between 10,000 and 20,000 to participate in the race.”We would put in place effective security arrangement. Seven ambulances would be on ground for emergencies. The prizes category would be three phases.Category 1 is international with prize money of $8,000. Category 2 National prize is N1 million while category 3 is only for Osun State indigenes to win a cash of N750,000.  Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

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