“Ill-timing” has been voiced by Clare councillors as they rejected a proposal to hold a referendum on Irish unity.
One of East Clare’s biggest projects has moved a step closer with elected representatives of the local authority approving a planners report for the development of the Carrownagowan Wind Farm.
An average of one accident a year has highlighted the need for safety measures to be implemented at Cranny Cross, an elected representative of Clare County Council has stated.
Planning permission has been granted for the development of seven residential houses at Attycristora, School Road, Lahinch.
An excessive amount of rainfall from adjacent lands has been attributed with causing damage to the Boola Road in Meelick.
Consideration needs to be given to the creation of a Minister for Travellers to sort out issues “once and for all,” a Clare councillor has stated.
Progression of a new road alignment in Quin is likely to be delayed as the Department of Transport put a focus on active travel initiatives in 2021.
Confirmation has been issued that the first phase of the Limerick Northern Distributor Road (LNDR) will now proceed.
Costings are to be finalised for the installation of a pedestrian crossing in Sixmilebridge.
An apology has been issued by Clare County Council for its role in the operation of the county’s only Mother and Baby Home, 89 years on from its closure.