Caution has been issued by elected representatives with consideration for ‘the health of future generations’ and that ‘communities could be split’ if masts are to be erected in parts of the county.
*Labasheeda. Photograph: Páraic McMahon Work is underway on a pilot resettlement scheme that will entice more people to live in rural parts of Co Clare.
*Public toilets in Kilkee. Photograph: Páraic McMahon New public toilets are “urgently” needed, senior officials in Clare County Council have said.
Popular Kilkee restaurant Murphy Blacks is to close after fifteen years in business.
“An accommodation deficit” in Co Clare is hindering the ability to maximise the amount of tourists staying overnight in the county.
More integrated bus services are required in Clare to boost tourism and improve ease of access for rural residents, an elected representative has stated.
Criticism has been voiced with the manner in which West Clare’s social housing stock has been managed.
Clare’s longest serving local elected representative has described the county as “the most anti-rural” so far as planning regulations are concerned.
Minister for Health, Simon Harris has been written to by Clare County Council asking that GPs be given the power to refer patients to facilities in the private sector due to ongoing overcrowding at University Hospital Limerick.
*Cllr Gerry Flynn. Photograph: Eamon Ward An elected representative in Clare received correspondence from the Chairperson of Shannon Group outlining their disappointment with ongoing critical comments regarding Shannon Airport.