Planning permission has been granted for 21 houses in Roslevan despite residents’ concerns for child safety and issues surrounding a 13-year-old environmental survey.
Support and protection for children living in illegal encampments is lacking according to an elected representative from North Clare.
A Government scheme providing funding for local authorities to carry out improvement works on private and non-publicly maintained roads has been brandished as “not fit for purpose” by a North Clare councillor.
Clare County Council has been presented with a piece of marble screen by the People’s Government of Yunnan Province, the local authority’s twinning partner in China.
An “unsafe section of road” in Lissycasey is to be discussed to determine if it fits the bill to warrant inclusion on the 2021 road restoration programme.
The Mayor of Ennis has requested that Clare councillors be allowed avail of Irish language courses.
A lack of facilities to aid the treatment of mental health are increasing the amount of young people dying, a Clare councillor has claimed. A lack of facilities to aid the treatment of mental health are increasing the amount of young people dying, a Clare councillor has claimed.
An assessment will be held regarding the need for drainage works on a rural road in Sixmilebridge.
Residents in Ennistymon are “up in arms” over instances of violence in the North Clare town.
A road linking Cree village to Cahermurphy will be considered for inclusion for improvements this year along with a junction approaching Cooraclare.