*Replacement works being carried out in Ennistymon this April. Photograph: Clare County Council Businesses in Clare are “losing money” due to “poor water quality”.
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.
Public bodies need to start delivering for villages such as Broadford and Cooraclare before it is too late, one elected representative of Clare County Council has warned.
A do not swim notice in Kilkee “couldn’t of happened at a worse time in the year” as businesses recorded a dip in activity as holiday makers vacated the location as a result.
Full results of the water quality tests at Kilkee beach will be known as of Wednesday afternoon.
*Photograph: @thepmanofficial Discharge of wastewater into the sea at Kilkee has prompted the issuing of a Do Not Swim notice.
*Photograph: Tulla Tidy Towns Plans to build 22 social houses in Tulla will not be able to proceed if capacity issues exist regarding water supply.
A €2.1 million upgrade of the sewer network in Shannon is to be completed in the next four months.
Water mains servicing the main street of Ennistymon and the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre are expected to be completed in time for the 2019 tourist season. A joint motion from councillors Bill Slattery and Richard Nagle welcomed the granting of funding by Irish Water for the replacement of water mains at Ennistymon main street…
*Photograph: O’Connors Cross c/o Cllr Cathal Crowe Water supply has been restored to parts of Parteen and Clonlara. Residents of the South East Clare areas were without water for two days after a water main burst in the early hours of Thursday morning. Supply was restored on Saturday evening while engineers had rerouted a series…