Failure to install ‘adequate infrastructure’ in Clare’s rural communities will accelerate their demise, local councillors have warned.
Insufficient resources will prevent an assessment of the hydrology of rivers in the West Clare Municipal District.
A West Clare Irish college has the potential to create 41 jobs throughout the entire year if it becomes a multi-purpose centre.
Ennis is seen as a location where students across the country want to come to learn the Irish language.
Driver feedback signs are planned to be installed in Carrigaholt by the end of this year.
Clare’s longest serving councillor has claimed a “systematic targetting” of West Clare has been prevalent for the last twenty years surrounding refused planning permission for settlements in the area.
West Clare councillors have been left disappointed following confirmation that a number of routes in Kilkee were not selected for improvements in the schedule of Municipal District works this year.
For West Clare captain Caoimhe Harvey, her three sisters Ciara, Shanua and Grainne and the rest of the panel Sunday’s Clare ladies football final will be an emotional occasion.
West Clare councillors are to visit an integrated constructed wetlands project in Waterford in an attempt to find solutions to long-running waste water treatment problems.
Five Clare areas have received combined funding to the value of almost €115k under a Government scheme to help towns and villages adapt to COVID-19.