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.
Leading environmental officials in Clare County Council have warned that the dredging of all rivers in the county will not necessarily alleviate potential flooding problems.
Irish Water have been described as “a pure disaster to deal with” by West Clare councillors.
Criticism with the “layers of bureaucracy” in Irish Water have been voiced by North-West Clare councillors, while it has been confirmed that the proposed replacement of the old watermain from Miltown Malbay to Mullagh will commence during the first quarter of 2021.
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Asthmatics are “struggling to breathe” at times due to the poor air quality in Clare’s county town.