Ban On Spreading of Human Waste


Independent County Councillor Tom Crosby has placed an notice of motion on the agenda for the January meeting of Roscommon County Council to make a submission and call on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Commission for Energy Regulation (CER) (Both agencies are responsible for regulating Irish Water) that Irish Water urgently put in …

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The Gathering, Strokestown


The newly elected Chairman of The West Regional Authority Strokestown area Independent Councillor Tom Crosby who is also Chairman of County Roscommon Gathering Steering Committee, is delighted to be associated with the Strokestown Gathering Celebrations and would like to compliment and pay tribute to all the Associations throughout the Strokestown area who have worked so …

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€12m For Water Systems In Roscommon


November 2013 Independent County Councillor Tom Crosby Chairman of the West Regional Authority would like to welcome the announcement by Minister Phil Hogan on Friday last that funds of €12 million have been approved for upgrading water systems in County Roscommon and the construction of five new Water Treatment Plants and one new pumping station …

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Tucson/Roscommon Sister Cities


2011 St. Patrick’s Day Mayors’ Luncheon Councilman Tom Crosby Visit Tucson mayor Bob Walkup was among the large turnout welcoming Roscommon County Councillor Tom Crosby and his wife Pauline to the nineteenth annual Tucson- Roscommon Sister Cities luncheon at Tucson’s Historic Manning House on March 17. In welcoming the Crosbys the Mayor wished them a …

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Post Primary School Bus Charges


May 2009 Strokestown area Independent Councillor Tom Crosby has received confirmation of alarming increases in Post Primary School Bus Charges. The Department of Education & Science have confirmed that the Fifty Five Thousand Post Primary Pupils and Pupils availing of concessionary Transport will be subject to close on 100% increase in School Bus fees increasing …

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€14 million Subsidy At The Recent Emergency Budget


Independent Cllr Tom Crosby states that there is widespread anger among the Farming community throughout County Roscommon and Countrywide resulting from the removal of the €14 million subsidy at the recent emergency budget which has resulted in up to 100% increase for the collection of dead farm animals. Farmers are now being charged €36 for …

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The Future Of The Sacred Heart Hospital, Roscommon


March 2009 The future of the Sacred Heart Hospital in Roscommon is uncertain following a high profile management meeting held on Wednesday last according to Independent Councillor Tom Crosby. The meeting was attended by Senior management together with Union representatives and staff. It was outlined at the meeting that major cost cuts would have to …

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