Galway Bay fm newsroom – Two Galway businesses are among the latest list of tax defaulters.
Revenue has published the national list of tax defaulters for the period from January to March 2017.
Kevin Laffey Car Sales Limited of Derrydonnell North, Oranmore made a total settlement of almost 303 thousand euro.
The car dealer’s case followed a revenue audit and concerned underdeclaration of VAT.
Gordan Bruic, a film producer and editor from 14 Manor Close in Kingston made a settlement of over 105 thousand 800 euro.
His case followed a revenue audit and the non declaration of income tax and VAT.
For the first time, the list reflects the amount of a settlement that remained unpaid at the end of the period.
In the case of Gordan Bruic, a sum of over 41 thousand euro remained unpaid at the end of March.
The largest national settlement in the latest list amounted to over 2.3 million euro and involved Dublin company director Dean Anthony of Woodhaven, Milltown Bridge.
Bishop Street in Tuam to close tomorrow due to works to remove electricity poles
Galway Bay FM Newsroom – Bishop Street in Tuam is to be closed all day tomorrow to allow for the removal of electricity poles.
The road will be closed to vehicle traffic from 6 tomorrow morning until 4 in the afternoon
Diversions will be in place, while pedestrian access will be maintained on the northern side of the street.
The works are the final stage of the project to move the ESB network underground, which was funded under the Town and Village Renewal Scheme.
Plan for outdoor seating at Spar unit outside Newcastle student residence
Permission is being sought to provide outdoor seating at the Spar shop adjacent to the student residence in Dangan.
The proposal led by Tom Meehan & Sons Ltd sets out to provide bistro-style tables and chairs for the use of customers of the Spar retail unit.
These would be located outside the main reception entrance at the ground floor of Block A of the permitted student residence in Newcastle.
City planners are due to issue a decision in July.
New Mayor of Galway Collette Connolly aims to make Galway a more inclusive city for all citizens
Galway Bay fm newsroom – The new Mayor of Galway Collette Connolly is aiming to make Galway a more inclusive city for all citizens
The Independent councillor from City Central was elected in the last half hour through an established voting pact
Her district colleague and fellow Independent Mike Cubbard handed over his chains at the AGM of Galway City Council held in Leisureland