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‘The position deserves a chain’ – West Clare councillors want recognition for Cathaoirleach

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West Clare councillors are keen that the Cathaoirleach of their Municipal District be given a chain of office.

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‘Classy Chambers’ praised as term as West Clare MD Chair concludes

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A Cooraclare politician has been praised for the ‘dignity and class’ in which he carries himself, having concluded his twelve month term as Cathaoirleach of the West Clare Municipal District.

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Work ongoing on Ennis Data Centre, Killaloe Bypass and LNDR

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Plans for a number of major infrastructural projects in Co Clare are continuing despite the impact of COVID-19.

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‘Let’s be the county in Ireland to lead this’ – street furniture fees waived by Clare County Council

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Fees for street furniture licences have been waived by Clare County Council during the current pandemic.

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Make Vandeleur Walled Garden a centre of excellence for skilled workers to build a future for West Clare

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Vandeleur Walled Gardens has been earmarked as a key site in ensuring West Clare is no longer heavily dependent on tourism.

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Clare businesses turning to online training to rectify lack of web presence

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Almost four times the amount of businesses that avail of a trade online voucher in the space of a year…

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‘We’ve nothing to fall back on’ – West Clare reps fearful reliance on tourism will prove costly

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Swift movement at a national level is needed to sustain the future of North and West Clare, areas which are heavily reliant on tourism.

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Appointment of Healy-Raes to Miltown Malbay contract criticised

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A local contractor should have been appointed to carry out works in Miltown Malbay as opposed to the Healy-Raes, a county councillor has claimed.

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Irish Water to be pressed to prioritise Miltown Malbay works

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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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‘Self gagging’ leading to rubber stamping by Clare councillors claims Kelly

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*Photograph: Eamon Ward Elected representatives in Clare have said the standing orders in place for meetings of Clare County Council…

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