A ten year Clare tourism strategy has been approved by local elected representatives.
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.
Elevated rates of local property tax will remain in Co Clare next year while calls for the Government to refund the Council’s spend on COVID-19 measures have also been made.
TII should not wait for the “next fatality” before introducing safety measures on the N68 at Darragh, an elected representative of Clare County Council has stated.
West Clare councillors have been left disappointed following confirmation that a number of routes in Kilkee were not selected for improvements in the schedule of Municipal District works this year.
Additional lay-by areas on the main route connecting West Clare and Ennis to prevent traffic congesting behind slow moving vehicles have been sought.
Requested road improvements are to be carried out in Carrowniska North.
West Clare councillors are to visit an integrated constructed wetlands project in Waterford in an attempt to find solutions to long-running waste water treatment problems.
West Clare’s Greenway will “surpass anything” offered by their Waterford and Mayo equivalents, key personnel behind the planned project have stated.
A West Clare councillor has suggested that a coastal walk be developed in Kilkee akin to the popular Liscannor to Doolin trail.