Traffic calming measures are warranted for Labasheeda, senior engineers in Clare County Council have agreed.
Landowners in Kilmurry McMahon have been reminded to avail of hedge cutting grant schemes following concerns raised by local motorists.
Potential implications must be made known to the TII if an alteration to the speed limit outside a West Clare school is not reduced, one county councillor has claimed.
An examination is to be carried out by Council staff in Labasheeda to determine if additional street lighting is needed.
Flooding of two Kildsyart houses can be prevented by the opening of a stream, a local representative has flagged in calling for necessary works to be carried out.
Renewed appeals for Clare County Council to assume responsibility for a Kilrush housing estate have been lodged.
Pedestrian access at the Creamery Cross in Cooraclare is to be improved in the near future while its operation as a junction is to be reviewed.
Positive discrimination towards rural Clare in the guise of reduced planning contributions has been put forward by West Clare representatives as a means of tackling population decline.
964 commercial properties are deemed to be vacant in Co Clare.
TII should not wait for the “next fatality” before introducing safety measures on the N68 at Darragh, an elected representative of Clare County Council has stated.