Four months on from the request of its foundation, a taskforce designed to support staff at Moneypoint has not held a single meeting.
*Ger Sweeney. As the first voice to ever be heard on Clare FM, it is fitting that Ger Sweeney is the one to pen a book thirty years on from the radio’s foundation about those early days.
There are 26 vacant properties within Tulla village and a further 23 in the parish.
Recyclable paper is not used in the printing room of Clare County Council, “not even in the environment section,” a horrified Cllr Roisin Garvey told a recent meeting of the local authority.
Staff at Molex are hopeful 100 posts can be maintained at its Shannon plant.
*Moneypoint. Photograph: Páraic McMahon A just transition fund for Moneypoint is an action that is too little and far too late, Cllr Ian Lynch said when launching a strong criticism of Clare’s Oireachtas members.
Clare’s current grass cutting policy for houses in estates owned by the Council is to be continued for the foreseeable future with a senior engineer observing that community groups tend to be “much more attentive” when taking on a role than paid employees.
A new building for Gaelscoil Donncha Rua in Shannon has moved a step closer to construction with confirmation that a design team has been appointed to start the architectural and planning process.
*Joseph Woulfe Chairman of the Clare Beef Plan, Joseph Woulfe has confirmed he will be contesting the next General Election as an Independent candidate.
*Cllr Tony O’Brien. Photograph: Martin Connolly Older employees at Molex may not reap as many benefits as their younger colleagues in the skills audit that is to be carried out among its Shannon workforce, an East Clare councillor has warned.