A Sixmilebridge councillor has called for a countywide “blitz on dog fouling” to be conducted.
Clare has a chance to “lead in the west” by bringing the ‘paint re-use scheme’ into operation, the sole Sinn Féin representative of the local authority has said.
Efforts are ongoing to create the position of a Clare Animal Welfare Officer.
An amendment to beach by-laws have been sought by the Mayor of Clare to afford greater control to the County Dog Warden.
Irish Water’s relationship with the people of Co Clare has reached “crisis point,” a West Clare representative has affirmed.
A countywide public awareness campaign on the benefits of improved air quality and ventilation in lowering the spread of COVID-19 is needed in Clare, a county councillor has said while criticising the ‘unsustainable’ lockdown approach favoured by the Irish Government.
Assistance from An Garda Síochána is needed for Clare County Council to utilise CCTV to tackle illegal dumping.
Amount of repairs required on the R483 from Kilrush to Cooraclare have been labelled “ridiculous” by one county councillor.
Works to replace the old watermain from Miltown Malbay to Mullagh are set to begin in November.
Inflatable toys are to be banned from Clare beaches, rivers and lakes.