Search Results for 'John Naughten'

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Speed ramp review mooted for Old Tuam Road in Monksland

A review of the need for speed ramps on the Old Tuam Road in Monksland is to be sought by Fine Gael Councillor, John Naughten.

Local Councillor welcomes Monksland treatment plan upgrade works completion

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Fine Gael Councillor, John Naughten has welcomed the completion of the €2m upgrade to the Monksland Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Treatment plant upgrade to deliver economic benefits

Fine Gael Councillor, John Naughten, has highlighted the benefits the upgrade of the waste water treatment plant in Monksland can deliver for the area.

River Village residence taken in charge by local authority

Cllr. John Naughten has welcomed the taking in charge of the River Village estate in Monksland by Roscommon County Council.

County councillor welcomes resurfacing works in Monksland

Cllr John Naughten has welcomed surface drainage works carried out by the Roscommon County Council in Monksland.

Councillor welcomes funding to improve derelict Monksland site

Cllr. John Naughten has welcomed the start of work to clean up a derelict site in Monksland, Athlone.

Verge trimming a necessity to address road safety issues

Fine Gael South Roscommon Athlone LEA Councillor, John Naughten, is to raise the need for verge trimming amid concerns for the safety of road users at the next meeting of Roscommon County Council.

Independents day in South Roscommon Athlone electoral area

Independent candidates basked in South Roscommon Athlone electoral area glory following the local election count conclusion in the Dr. Hyde Centre on Sunday night.

Fine Gael Councillor welcomes allocation of funds for road upgrades

Cllr. John Naughten has welcomed the allocation of €40,000 for the upgrade of the road network servicing the Cluain Broc, Daneshill and Danesfort estates in Monksland.

Local artist to host art exhibition in Ballinasloe Library

South Roscommon artist, Fiona Moore, is to showcase works from her art exhibition, ‘An Bhfúil cead agam dul go dhí on Leathreas?’ in the Church Gallery at Ballinasloe Library.

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