Ennis should be elevated to city status, local representatives have unanimously stated.
Creating an Ennis Town Team has been pinpointed as a manner in which to tackle urban and rural decay in the Clare capital.
Calls for additional lighting along the Ballybeg Road have been made as a means of protecting an increased number of pedestrians availing of the woods since the start of COVID-19 restrictions.
Daily figures of COVID-19 cases may be dropping at present but the Clare public cannot afford to let down its guard.
Lack of car-parking spaces is limiting Ennis’ ability to entice shoppers and business to the town, elected representatives have maintained.
Ennis councillors have clashed again on the topic of the taskforce co-ordinating the town’s response to COVID-19.
Ennis has achieved the highest cleanliness level in the most recent Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) nationwide litter survey, with eight out of 10 sites surveyed in the town being awarded the top litter grade.
Ennis has placed first in the ‘Population Over 14,001′ category’ of the new Bank of Ireland Begin Together Awards 2020, after being shortlisted alongside Sligo Town and claiming the grand prize of €10,000.
Strong representations are to be made at senior levels within Clare County Council to plead the case of enhancing the Shannon Recycling Centre.
With Co Clare experiencing an unprecedented surge in domestic tourists over a short time period, Ennis councillors have called for the development of an overnight parking area for motorhomes in the county town.