Potholes at the car park of Our Lady of the Rosary Church in Newmarket-on-Fergus are to be repaired in the coming weeks by Clare County Council.
Temporary relief from flooding has been provided in Aughboy, Clonlara following drainage works.
Clare councillors have stressed the importance of respite and daycare services for personnel with disabilities resuming during the lockdown.
Gardaí in Shannon have stressed the need for the public to report incidents of crime in the town.
Inflatable toys are to be banned from Clare beaches, rivers and lakes.
Attention to detail is lacking in the maintenance of Shannon leading to an unflattering portrayal of the town.
Strong opposition has been voiced by Clare councillors on the possibility of the DAA getting back involved with Shannon Airport.
A new gulley has been heralded as the solution to stopping flooding and ponding in Cratloe.
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.
Clare councillors have expressed annoyance that the Limerick Shannon Metropolitan Area Transport Strategy (LSMATS) is very dominant in favour of its neighbouring county.