Cllr Domnick Connolly has confirmed he will contest this year’s local elections in May and has outlined his concerns regarding the lack of job creation, the decline of rural services and the threat posed by Brexit.
Roscommon based company, National Crane Lifting Services (NCLS), has been accredited by All-Ireland Business Foundation as having achieved the highest standards of verified performance, trust, and customer centricity. The Scramogue based company is headed by local man, Scott Hunter. Receiving the Business All-Star Accreditation is a great achievement for NCLS and its team.
Following weeks of unfortunate news coverage of the village of Rooskey, this week its future looks all the brighter. Rooskey Development and Social Inclusion Group, the company which operates the Rooskey Community and Tourist Centre, has confirmed that a major capital investment plan has progressed to an advanced stage. The state-of-the-art development is currently at the pre-planning stage of development and the company’s management is hopeful that they will be successful in their efforts to progress the project to the planning, funding, and construction phases over the next couple of years.
The Shannon Key West Hotel at Rooskey which has been earmarked by the Department of Justice as a potential direct provision centre to be used to accommodate 80 asylum-seekers. The plans have hit another major obstacle as a referral question, or appeal, has been made to An Bord Pleanála against the change of use of the Shannon Key West Hotel to accommodate asylum-seekers.