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Anger at 'fly-by' of Greenway

Wednesday, 13th June, 2018 10:17am

Story by Jacqueline Hogge
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Anger at 'fly-by' of Greenway
Anger at 'fly-by' of Greenway

A TUAM councillor has accused Galway County Council of hypocrisy in its refusal to support a feasibility study into the development of a greenway in the town while carrying out a study for the disused Galway Airport site.

Independent Cllr Karey McHugh said the ‘blatant contradiction’ of the local authority supporting a feasibility study into the future use of the airport at Carnmore, yet its refusal to sanction a similar study on the disused railway line between Athenry and Tuam suggested the executive was ‘talking out of both sides of its mouth’.

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