Meath County Council officially opened its new age-friendly housing development at Proudstown Road, in Navan today (Friday, May 10).
The Final List of Nominated Candidates for the Local Elections 2019 may be found in the document linked to below
The Community Enhancement Programme (CEP) is a Capital Grant programme which provides funding to enhance community facilities and address disadvantage in County Meath.
Applications are invited from Community Groups, Tidy Towns / Village Committees, Residents Associations and other organisations.
Closing date for applications is Friday, 7th June, 2019
Audit will commence on on the 3rd day of May 2019. Objections may be lodged within 10 days of commencement of the audit. Accounts will be available for inspection for 7 days before commencement
Notice of the confirmation by An Bord Pleanála of a Compulsory Purchase Order pursuant to Section 76 of, and the Third Schedule to, the Housing Act, 1966, as extended by Section 10 of the Local Government (No.
Submissions to the Draft Traveller Accommodation Programme are invited and should be made by 4p.m., Tuesday, 4th June 2019
Meath County Council officially started work on the Ratoath Outer Relief Road, with a sod-turning ceremony which took place on Monday, March 25.
An election of members for each of the local electoral areas (Navan, Kells, Trim, Ratoath, Ashbourne, Laytown/Bettystown) of the above-mentioned local authority will be held on the 24th May 2019.
Meath County Council officially started work on the Ashbourne Linear Park, with a sod-turning ceremony on Monday, March 11.
Meath County Council is committed to making the county a healthier place to live and work as part of the Governments initiative around 'Healthy Ireland 2013 – 2022’.
Saturday, 9th March 2019
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