A Clare councillor has said assessments for wheelchairs are out of date by the time funding from the HSE has been provided.
*Drugs are being sold on O’Connell St, Cllr Ann Norton claimed. Photograph: John Mangan Use of ‘inappropriate sites’ to house persons in emergency accommodation is leading to rising crime in Ennis a Clare TD has said with elected representatives calling for increased Garda patrols in the town centre.
Overcrowding at the region’s main hospital has not gone away despite the onset of a pandemic, a Barefield representative has flagged while up to 90 percent of patients have been waiting for over a year for scheduled care which is causing anxiety within the county.
**Photograph: Anthony E Bennett – Irish Railway Record Society Archive Crusheen cannot wait for the completion of a transportation strategy for the county if an appeal to to open a railway stop is to be successful.
Several measures have been undertaken to improve a popular walking passage in Barefield, staff within the Ennis Municipal District have said but they have proven to be sufficient according to a local councillor.