“Traffic chaos” is consistent when it comes to the beginning and end of the day for schools across the Ennis Municipal District, Cllr Ann Norton has claimed.
Cyclists and drivers in Ennis have had “the fear of God” put into them while Ireland is suffering from “car addiction”, a recent discussion on traffic calming measures heard.
Clare’s local property tax is to increase by fifteen percent following a vote by elected members on Monday evening.
A new tourism site could be on the cards for Co Clare that would provide camping facilities with numerous water activities to boot.
Tributes to have been paid to the late William Freney by his colleagues and elected members of Clare County Council describing him as a huge asset to the county in which he lived and worked.
Traffic calming measures which include a cycle lane linking St Flannan’s College and the Kilrush Rd have generated such a reaction that Clare County Council have confirmed they will carry out a review on the completed works.
A monument in memory of the once “undisputed king of Ireland” Daniel O’Connell in the heart of Ennis has been subject to numerous incidents of anti-social behaviour including human defecation.
Housing grant schemes for the disabled and elderly that have been closed for the last nine months in Clare will not be reopened until the conclusion of a national review by the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government.
Further frustration has been voiced with the current health offering for Ireland’s population in the Mid-West.
42 Clare children who were without a secondary school place for September are to be accepted into Ennis Community College.