€137,000 to address flooding on Drum Road– Naughten

In Infrastructure, News, South Roscommon by Denis Naughten

Local TD, Denis Naughten has confirmed the allocation of €108,000 from Minister Boxer Moran towards the cost of addressing an ongoing flooding problem on the Drum Road, at Crancam. The total cost of works, which will be completed by Roscommon County Council is €137,000. These works will address the risk of flooding to homes as well as a serious traffic …

Confidence vote on Housing Minister

In Blog, Families, Infrastructure, Older People by Denis Naughten

This no-confidence motion was a political stunt by the Social Democrats to garner support in last weeks by-elections. If they had been serious about the housing crisis they would not have tried to undermine the national broadband plan which would help to make vacant homes in towns, villages and rural areas attractive to families who can work remotely thus bringing …

€13m boost for local economy as broadband plan gets green light – Naughten

In Infrastructure, Local Issues by Denis Naughten

plan gets green light – Naughten Local hubs will be first to benefit “The approval of the National Broadband Plan today, will transform rural Ireland and provide it with the opportunity to bring new families and new investment into our local communities” says Denis Naughten TD. “A conservative analysis of the benefit of broadband to every home and business in …

Historic day as contract signed for rural broadband – Naughten

In Infrastructure, News by Denis Naughten

Today’s signing of the contract to proceed with the National Broadband Plan is “one of the defining days in the history of our country and will be the turning point for the revitalisation of rural Ireland”, says Denis Naughten TD. “When I entered Government my absolute priority as Minister was to ensure that high-speed broadband was provided to close to …

Nearly €1m for 31 local sports projects – Naughten

In Families, Health, Infrastructure, Local Issues, News, Young People by Denis Naughten

Local TD Denis Naughten has welcomed the allocation of €930,751 to 31 local sporting organisations in Roscommon & East Galway stating that “this investment will improve local sports facilities and ensure far greater levels of participation in sport”. Among the Roscommon allocations is €73,377 for Elphin GAA club, €55,832 for St Aidan’s GAA Football Club, €52,779 for St Dominic’s Park …

Naughten welcomes €38,000 to address road flooding in Ahascragh

In East Galway, Infrastructure, Local Issues, News by Denis Naughten

Local TD, Denis Naughten has received confirmation from Minister Kevin Boxer Moran that a sum of €38,250 has been allocated to address a flooding problem on the road between Ahascragh and Kilglass school.   “The flooding problem close to Quigleys garage was a serious road safety hazard and the funding from the Office of Public Works will provide for gully’s …

Roscommon Garda Divisional HQ

In Families, Infrastructure, Jobs, Mid-Roscommon, News, Video by Denis Naughten

Prior to the decision made by the Garda Commissioner to downgrade Roscommon Garda Divisional Headquatters I contacted the Minister for Justice and also raised the issue at the Justice Committee with the Commissioner. I’ve now received a reply from Minister Flanagan: GardaDivisionReply And here is what I said previously to the Commissioner:

Close to €1m to be invested in local community projects – Naughten

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

Local TD, Denis Naughten has welcomed the allocation of €688,000 for projects throughout County Roscommon from Creagh, Ballinasloe to Keadue in North Roscommon which with Council and community funding bringing the investment close to €1m. This funding from Minister Michael Ring is a welcome boost to local community groups, working in partnership with Roscommon County Council who are bringing new …

Monksland sewerage investment will support local jobs – Naughten

In Business & Jobs, Infrastructure, Local Issues, News, South Roscommon by Denis Naughten

Local TD Denis Naughten has welcomed the investment of €2m to upgrade the wastewater treatment facilities in Monksland pointing out that this will “help support existing and new businesses in the Monksland area in providing additional local jobs” “The treatment plant in Monksland is the biggest and most important wastewater treatment plant in County Roscommon. It supports major employers in …