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Roscommon CoCo needs to carry out road works in Clonown

Roscommon County Council need to carry out works to improve the condition of the Clonown to Athlone road ahead of the winter months, according to local councillor John Naughten.

Local homes to connect to Hodson Bay scheme within weeks

Residents are expected to be able to connect their homes to the new sewerage scheme in Hodson Bay within the first three months of this year, Cllr John Naughten has confirmed.

‘Boil water notice’ still in place for south Ros’

A ‘boil water notice’ remains in place in south county Roscommon, a full week on from the announcement of an outbreak of cryptosporidiosis last Thursday.

Councillors seek review of psychiatric unit closure

The proposed closure of the acute psychiatric unit at St Brigid’s Hospital, Ballinasloe is to be raised by Roscommon councillors at the upcoming meeting of Roscommon County Council.

Jobs boost for Monksland as pharma company acquires land

Ninety jobs are to come on-stream with the location of an international pharmaceutical company in Monksland.

N6 speed limit to increase to 100kph

The speed limit on the old N6 Ballinasloe road is due to be increased to 100kph, subject to approval from Gardaí.

Works on Clonown-Athlone Road needed

Cllr John Naughten has called on Roscommon County Council to carry out works to improve the condition of the Clonown to Athlone road describing it as a “traffic hazard that needs to be addressed urgently”.

M6 closure in December

A section of the westbound M6 is to close temporarily to traffic for three weeks in December in order for improvement works to take place.

Roads to Ballinasloe set for major improvement

Local TD Denis Naughten has welcomed the commencement of a €0.5 million resurfacing programme on the Shannonbridge/Ballinasloe and the Dysart/Ballinasloe roads by Roscommon County Council.

Cutting of Athlone bus services a ‘recipe for disaster’ - Hogan

Cutbacks to Athlone town bus services have attracted widespread local criticism, with one councillor describing the move as a “recipe for disaster”.

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