Monday October 26, 2020

Galway: Council aims to provide access to more success

As part of its strategy to cater for growth, Galway City Council remains focused on retaining the capacity to provide high quality local services to the people of the city.

29th September, 2012
Joe O'Neill, Galway city manager. Photo: Aengus McMahon

As part of its strategy to cater for growth, Galway City Council remains focused on retaining the capacity to provide high-quality local services to the people of the city and to play a lead role in ensuring that Galway continues to be a success.

City manager Joe O'Neill said the council's top priority was facilitating and supporting economic recovery so that people had job opportunities and businesses could be sustained and expanded.

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