A North Clare councillor has cautioned that any potential change to the times of meetings must not “disenfranchise” prospective representatives from stepping forward.
Failure to install ‘adequate infrastructure’ in Clare’s rural communities will accelerate their demise, local councillors have warned.
Insufficient resources will prevent an assessment of the hydrology of rivers in the West Clare Municipal District.
A “discrepancy” exists with the amount of money allocated for footpath improvements in Kilrush and works completed, a local representative has claimed.
Completion of a coastal pathway at Loop Head is seen as “an absolute necessity” to the protection of the area as one councillor criticised how plans have been left sitting “for years”.
An area described as a unique piece of landscape has been pinpointed as a potential visitor experience site to encourage a longer dwell time for tourists in Clare whilst promoting wellness tourism.
Positive discrimination towards rural Clare in the guise of reduced planning contributions has been put forward by West Clare representatives as a means of tackling population decline.
A West Clare Irish college has the potential to create 41 jobs throughout the entire year if it becomes a multi-purpose centre.
New life and focus is evident in Labasheeda, councillors for the area stated as they put up the cause for increased promotion of a local fort.
In order to alleviate the wait for a drivers test endured by learner drivers in Co Clare, one councillor has called for the creation of test centres in towns with a population greater than 6,000.