Ennis’ booming days as a market town could return in the future, an optimistic Cllr Pat Daly has told The Clare Echo.
Cllr Mary Howard was a member of the Ennis Town Council that voted in favour of developing the Ennis Market at Garraunakilla, she is adamant the building has untapped potential such as hosting a jazz festival that can benefit the county.
*Ennis Market. Photograph: Martin Connolly Built at a cost of €500,000 as part of a €1.75m redevelopment, the Market Building in Ennis has continued to struggle to attract traders with its primary function now as a car park with twenty seven spaces.
Driver behaviour needs to change to become accustomed to the controversial road layout linking St Flannans College to the Kilrush Rd, a leading official in Clare County Council has said.
A poo audit is being conducted in Clarecastle.
St Michaels Villas “is neglected and forgotten about,” one of Ennis’ six elected representatives has stated.
“Traffic chaos” is consistent when it comes to the beginning and end of the day for schools across the Ennis Municipal District, Cllr Ann Norton has claimed.
Installing extra water taps at Drumcliffe Cemetery would prove to be too “problematic and prohibitively expensive” for Clare County Council.
There is no evidence of horse activity or horses on the Kilrush Rd following six separate investigations carried out by Clare County Council despite a local representative stating they were “causing havoc” on the busy road.
Operational phased closures came into effect at Parnell St on Friday as part of a €3.3m development into an area that has been described as capturing “the medieval” town of Ennis.