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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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‘Limit Air BnB short-term rentals in rent pressure zones’

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A clampdown on Air BnB properties in rent pressure zones across the county is needed, a North Clare representative has maintained.

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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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‘Impossible to pay rent & move into retirement’ – Killeen

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Clare councillors have requested more ambitious housing targets from the Department of Housing.

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‘Make Clare a world-leader by amending taxation policies to make rural living sustainable’

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Future personal taxation policies are needed to cater for balanced regional development within the island of Ireland.

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‘More knowledge on voting will improve election turnout’

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*Annette Conway and Trish O’Neill go through votes at the 2019 local election. Photograph: Martin Connolly Members of the electorate…

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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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‘More creativity’ needed to boost Clare’s Wild Atlantic Way routes

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*Photograph: Martin Connolly Alternative and more prominent advertising of Clare’s routes on the Wild Atlantic Way are needed on the…

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Speed of motorists at Lissycasey pre Coronavirus ‘putting camera vans out of business’

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Speed cameras were being put “out of business” in Lissycasey due to the slow pace at which motorists are travelling.

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Reform needed of Ireland’s ‘collapsing’ childcare system

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It is unknown when childcare facilities will reopen in the country, prior to their closure they were described as being…

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