Leading environmental officials in Clare County Council have warned that the dredging of all rivers in the county will not necessarily alleviate potential flooding problems.
An intermediate care facility which has been established on the campus of the University of Limerick is to be stood down by November.
Criteria for community organisations involved in development on public property which is funded by Clare County Council is to be examined.
A study is to be conducted on a road traversed by East Clare users of the Sixmilebridge Mart following concerns over the sight distance on the route.
High volumes of traffic have prompted county councillors to seek improvements to the road surfaces in Sixmilebridge.
Putting the Shannon region as the top priority was singled out by councillors as they paid tribute to Cllr Gerry Flynn (IND) following the conclusion of his term as Cathaoirleach of the Shannon Municipal District.
Shannon is without “valuable support services” following the continued reduction to the offering of the local community office.
Resumption of services is “the biggest challenge” for health services in the Mid-West while planning permission has been granted for a new injury unit at Ennis General Hospital.
A data protection impact assessment is being prepared by Clare County Council to enable CCTV use to clamp down on illegal dumping with the local authority now determined to prosecute individuals.
A fatality is looming on a South Clare road, one elected member of Clare County Council has warned.