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From: "William Finnerty" <>
Subject: Thirty acre site at Lisnamult (RE: Roscommon Town Development Plan)
To: "Cllr. John Kelly, Chairman of Roscommon County Council" <>, "Cllr. Dominic Connolly" <>, "Cllr. Rachel Doherty" <>, "Cllr. Charlie Hopkins" <>, "Cllr. John Naughten" <>, "Cllr. Tom Crosby" <>, "Cllr. Luke Ming Flanagan" <>, "Cllr. Trevor Finneran" <>, "Cllr. Anthony Geraghty" <>, "Cllr. Oliver Moore" <>, "Cllr. Tony Ward" <>, "Cllr. John Connor" <>, "Cllr. Michael Creaton" <>, "Cllr. Michael Mulligan" <>, "Cllr. John Cummins" <>, "Cllr. Gerry Garvey" <>, "Cllr. Ernie Keenan" <>, "Cllr. Michael McGreal" <>, "Cllr. Tony Waldron" <>, "Cllr. Martin Connaughton" <>, "Cllr. Paddy Kilduff" <>, "Cllr. Orla Leyden" <>, "Cllr. Paula McNamara" <>, "Cllr. Sean Beirne" <>, "Cllr. Valerie Byrne" <>, "Cllr. Eugene Murphy" <>
CC: "Breeda Burke (Staff Officer, Planning Department, Roscommon County Council)" <>, "Patricia Cassidy (Administrative Officer, Planning Department, Roscommon County Council" <>, "Gerald Finnerty & Marjorie Dolan (New Inn, County Galway.)" <>, "Pat Hughes & Co., Auctioneer & Valuer" <>, "Eamon Collins (Collins Boyd Engineering Ltd)" <>
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Dear County Councillors,
I am writing to let you know that I have very recently placed a copy of a letter on the Internet which strongly supports the zoning of land owned by my brother (Mr Gerald Finnerty) in Lisnamult. 
As you may already be aware the letter in question, written by Mr Eamon Collins BE CEng MIEI of Collins Boyd Engineering Ltd., is very supportive of having the whole 30 acre site included for residential zoning in the forthcoming Roscommon Town Development Plan.
A scanned copy of Mr Collin's letter (dated September 7th 2007), which sets out his powerful, and as I see it extremely good reasons in favour of zoning the site in question, can now be viewed at the following Internet location: .
An additional thought that has crossed my mind, which I hope you might all wish to consider as well, is that the growing worldwide concerns relating to global warming seem likely (to me at least) to result before too long in much improved rail services and infrastructure; and, that being the case, the Lisnamult site, which is of course within easy walking distance of a county-town mainline railway station, might be ideal for people who would like to commute to work from Roscommon to other towns on the rail network (such as Athlone for example). 
Yours sincerely,
William Finnerty.


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