Caution has been issued by elected representatives with consideration for ‘the health of future generations’ and that ‘communities could be split’ if masts are to be erected in parts of the county.
Burren Lowlands have set their eyes firmly on workers in Dublin and surrounding counties to attract them to come and live in North Clare and South Galway.
More integrated bus services are required in Clare to boost tourism and improve ease of access for rural residents, an elected representative has stated.
Schemes “supporting sustainable agricultural production” need to be embraced to help a “demoralised” farming sector, one elected member of Clare County Council has declared.
*Photograph: Martin Connolly A brighter future looks to be on the cards for Clare Accessible Transport after some dark months with the transport provider offered the contract to maintain the twelve routes it operates.
Clare’s longest serving local elected representative has described the county as “the most anti-rural” so far as planning regulations are concerned.
Personnel convicted of illegal dumping and littering should be assigned to community service work, a request put forward to the Minister for Justice and Equality has outlined.
Four months on from the request of its foundation, a taskforce designed to support staff at Moneypoint has not held a single meeting.
Recycled paper is not used in the printing room of Clare County Council, “not even in the environment section,” a horrified Cllr Roisin Garvey told a recent meeting of the local authority.
*Lees Rd. Photograph: Eamon Ward An audit of the sporting facilities in the county are to be carried out.