*The illegal encampment at Skehanagh Roundabout earlier this summer. Photograph: Cllr Paul Murphy Prosecutions for illegal encampments within the county are not working, elected representatives in Clare have claimed.
Driver behaviour needs to change to become accustomed to the controversial road layout linking St Flannans College to the Kilrush Rd, a leading official in Clare County Council has said.
*Replacement works being carried out in Ennistymon this April. Photograph: Clare County Council Businesses in Clare are “losing money” due to “poor water quality”.
Installing extra water taps at Drumcliffe Cemetery would prove to be too “problematic and prohibitively expensive” for Clare County Council.
Public bodies need to start delivering for villages such as Broadford and Cooraclare before it is too late, one elected representative of Clare County Council has warned.
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.
*Sinead Sheehan. Photograph: Clare PPN Environmentalist groups declared they were not going to be silenced as they presented Cathaoirleach of Clare County Council, Cllr Cathal Crowe with a signed petition asking the local authority to declare a climate and biodiversity emergency on Monday.
“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.