Management in Clare County Council have been reminded by a long-serving councillor to implement improvements to footpaths around the county to avoid the risk of insurance claims being lodged against them.
Road strengthening works to rectify ‘a sinking Tullabrack cross’ are hoped to be completed by the end of this month, Council engineers have stated.
A review of operations at Kilkee Pier is to be carried out following claims that “carnage” occurred on the slipway over the summer months.
Criticism of the condition of Clare roads as a result of forestry work has been voiced by West Clare councillors.
A walkability audit is to be conducted in Kilkee with the view of improving mobility for individuals with visual or physical impairments.
West Clare councillors have been left disappointed following confirmation that a number of routes in Kilkee were not selected for improvements in the schedule of Municipal District works this year.
Requested road improvements are to be carried out in Carrowniska North.
Council officials are determined that one of the busiest weekends of the year for Kilkee will not become a washout.
Public lighting and a footpath on the Kilrush and Kilkee road at a busy Doonbeg junction will not be financed by Clare County Council despite over a decade of requests.
Houses in Kilbaha on the L2002 are not at risk of flooding, Council officials have said in response to requests coastal protection works.