“An unmerciful mess” has been left behind at Skehanagh following the departure of up to 35 caravans that had been illegally located close to the M18.
€10.5m has been paid out by Clare County Council on insurance costs since 2014.
“Technology has not advanced to a stage” where Clare County Council can switch their outdoor crew vehicles away from diesel engines however the local authority is looking into the option of electric cars for traffic wardens.
Locating a bus stop in very close proximity to Blake’s Corner has been labelled “insane” by Green Party councillor, Roisin Garvey.
*The Cliffs of Moher. Photograph: Ann O’Connell “A disconnect” exists between Clare’s premier tourist attraction and those living in close proximity to it.
Clare councillors are keen to follow the example set by students across the county by identifying ways to help the environment.
*Photograph: An Garda Síochána It has been almost two years since Clare County Council have held a road safety event for secondary school students in Clare.
*Waste being collected from Doonbeg. Photograph: Doonbeg Community Development A fight against Clare’s “scourge of illegal dumping” could utilise Eircodes to clamp down on what it seen to be a big problem across the county.
Ennis’ elected representatives on Clare County Council have declared the local authority “will live to regret” passing up on the opportunity to buy 17 acres of land at the Rocky Rd if the purchase does not go ahead.
*Back Row L-R: Jonathan Reid, Ryan Hanley Consultants and Maurice Buckley, Chairman of the OPW. Front Row L-R: Michael Mannion, Ward & Burke Contractors; Cllr Michael Begley, Mayor of Clare; and Carmel Kirby, Director of Physical Development, Clare County Council. A contract for the Ennis South Flood Relief Scheme has been signed. Clare County Council…