Mayo are proud of their five year vision

Mayo County Council offices, Castlebar. Photo: Declan Keogh / CouncilTimes.ie

Being Sustainable, Inclusive, Prosperous and Proud is directing Mayo County Council’s vision for the next five years.

Mayo’s Chief Executive outlined and discussed the first management report to the newly elected council at the July monthly meeting on Monday last. CE Peter Hynes outlined the importance of working collaboratively to embrace the unique opportunity to be the lead agency in building a Mayo which is Sustainable, Inclusive, Prosperous and Proud.

Mr. Hynes discussed the progress already made in Mayo as the first Local Authority to establish a climate change unit and the publication of a National Climate action plan, which ensures sustainability for Mayo is at the top of all agendas. Areas of work in aggressively promoting all employment generating opportunities for County Mayo will continue to be a priority with focus on the marine and the Atlantic Economic Corridor. Working and engaging with communities to the benefit of all Mayo Citizens at home and away will progress.

Cathaoirleach of Mayo County Council Cllr Brendan Mulroy welcomed the Management report and commended the progressive work of the multiple departments of the Local Authority. He said “As Cathaoirleach of the County I look forward to working with the Officials and my Councillor Colleagues to ensure Mayo County Council continue their efforts in  building a Mayo which is a great place to live, visit and invest.

The update is circulated monthly to all councillors, staff and other stakeholders, giving the Council a clear update what was delivered across the various services of the Council in the previous month.

Mayo County Council offices, Castlebar. Photo: Declan Keogh / CouncilTimes.ie
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