Complaints of flooding issues at The Quay in Doonbeg are to be investigated by Clare County Council staff.
Amount of repairs required on the R483 from Kilrush to Cooraclare have been labelled “ridiculous” by one county councillor.
Road strengthening works to rectify ‘a sinking Tullabrack cross’ are hoped to be completed by the end of this month, Council engineers have stated.
North Clare needs to be re-established as an angling destination, local representatives have emphasised.
Renewed energy and investment needs to be pumped into Lisdoonvarna Spa Wells to prevent authentic selling points of the landmark being “lost forever,” according to North Clare representatives.
A review of operations at Kilkee Pier is to be carried out following claims that “carnage” occurred on the slipway over the summer months.
Criticism of the condition of Clare roads as a result of forestry work has been voiced by West Clare councillors.
A walkability audit is to be conducted in Kilkee with the view of improving mobility for individuals with visual or physical impairments.
Retaining the ‘leaking spend’ of visitors to the Cliffs of Moher must form an integral part of a twenty year strategy for the country’s most visited outdoor tourism attraction.
Community groups are finding it “virtually impossible” to secure insurance for new playgrounds.