Naughten welcomes €14m road investment for 2019

In Business & Jobs, East-Roscommon, Infrastructure, Mid-Roscommon, News, South Roscommon, West-Roscommon by Denis Naughten

Local TD, Denis Naughten has welcomed the allocation of €14.3m investment by Transport Infrastructure Ireland in the national road network throughout County Roscommon.   “This investment includes €4m for the new section of road at the Hill of Oran, resurfacing of Athleague Village and the Town of Castlerea and the upgrading of sections of the Boyle to Athlone road”.   …

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Dublin employers can cut wage bill 10% by expanding into Heartlands – Naughten

In Business & Jobs, East Galway, East-Roscommon, Jobs, Local Issues, Mid-Roscommon, News, North-Roscommon, South Roscommon, Tourism, Uncategorized, West-Roscommon by Denis Naughten

Denis Naughten TD has called on Dublin based companies looking to expand to consider creating jobs in Ireland’s Heartlands which offers employees a better lifestyle with lower costs, while remaining accessible to Dublin.  “Not only are we now looking at the town of Athlone rapidly developing into one of the key European software hubs, but there is also ample office …

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€640k for local walking trails – Naughten

In East-Roscommon, Local Issues, Mid-Roscommon, News, South Roscommon, Tourism by Denis Naughten

Local TD Denis Naughten has confirmed the allocation of €641,000 for new and enhanced walking trails in County Roscommon, which will benefit the local community and tourism development. Denis Naughten outlined that €200,000 has been allocated to upgrade the paths in the Loughnaneane Park in Roscommon Town, with a further €92,000 to enhance aspects of the Suck Valley Way. On …

€36k allocated to Tisrara Community Centre – Naughten

In Mid-Roscommon, News by Denis Naughten

Funding of €36,000 has been allocated to Tisrara Community Centre in Four Roads, local Minister Denis Naughten has confirmed. The funding, which has been allocated under the Targeted Community Infrastructure Needs measure of the CLÁR programme, will be used for the refurbishment of the kitchen and training room. “This funding is the first step in enhancing training opportunities for the …

Fisheries monitoring Castleplunkett turlough – Naughten

In Environment, Mid-Roscommon, News by Denis Naughten

Minister Denis Naughten has confirmed that officials from Inland Fisheries Ireland have supervised the removal of dead fish from the turlough in Castleplunkett, following local concerns over water contamination. This follows the news that the fish were discovered at the site of the turlough after waters receded. “I have been in contact with my officials from Inland Fisheries Ireland and …

Investment in sewer network could have implications for local flooding – Naughten

In Environment, Infrastructure, Mid-Roscommon, News by Denis Naughten

Local TD Denis Naughten has sought urgent clarification from Irish Water on the impact of the sewer upgrade on localised flooding in Roscommon Town. Irish Water has announced an investment of €2.9m in the wastewater infrastructure in Roscommon Town, which will see surface water that currently goes into the sewer network, diverted into local drains and streams. “While the level …

Naughten disappointed at removal of maternity outreach clinic

In Families, Health, Mid-Roscommon, News by Denis Naughten

Independent election candidate Denis Naughten has expressed his disappointment at the removal of maternity outreach services from Roscommon Town. The weekly outreach maternity clinic had been operated by Portiuncula Hospital from the Primary Care Centre in Roscommon Town where expectant mothers could avail of all their antenatal requirements, from booking to delivery. However, news broke recently that this service was …

Roscommon Town ambulance service to be slashed – Naughten

In Agriculture, Local Issues, Mid-Roscommon, Posts by Topic by Denis Naughten

Roscommon to lose its A&E ambulances from 1st February The Roscommon Town ambulance service is to be slashed from 1st February next following confirmation that an ambulance from Roscommon Town is to be relocated to Loughglynn. This will see the Roscommon base lose a third of its ambulances during the day and half of its ambulance coverage at night. “The …