Co Clare has struggled to maximise its water sport and recreation potential, prompting the call for a new feasibility study while a seven year old equivalent has not delivered on any of its objectives.
Clare councillors are leading the call for frontline workers during the current pandemic to receive “tangible recognition”.
A North Clare councillor has cautioned that any potential change to the times of meetings must not “disenfranchise” prospective representatives from stepping forward.
Efforts to secure a suitable source of funding for flood management works in Belharbour have been ongoing for the past 21 months.
Failure to install ‘adequate infrastructure’ in Clare’s rural communities will accelerate their demise, local councillors have warned.
A report is to be compiled to determine if a Belharbour road will be taken in charge by Clare County Council.
A business owner has been hailed for bringing “positive investment” into Ruan.
€500k has been invested to repair a 2km coastal walk adjacent to the visitor centre at The Cliffs of Moher while a path to recovery for the world renown tourist attraction is underway.
Wild camping in North Clare resulted in over 40 wildfires over the staycation period prompting calls for park and beach rangers to avoid repeat scenarios.
Computer illiterate residents of North Clare have been “abandoned” by the policy of making motor taxation services solely available online.