Clare County Council have committed to eradicating Giant Hogweed from Clonlara.
Shannon Heritage workers have been “left in limbo” as continuous pressure mounts on the management of Shannon Group to extend the planned opening period for its Mid-West attractions this year.
Saturation of storm water has been an issue at a South Clare housing estate ever since it was completed, a former Mayor of Clare has stated.
“Severe flooding” is leading to a hill on a South-East Clare road receding, elected representatives have warned.
Open drains are present on over three quarters of a rural road in Sixmilebridge, a local representative has highlighted while another has stressed they increase the risks of flooding.
Clare’s second longest serving councillor has been elected Cathaoirleach of the Shannon Municipal District.
Continued use of Newmarket-on-Fergus back roads by heavy goods vehicles approaching the M18 is proving to be “a nightmare” for residents, Cllr Pat McMahon (FF) has claimed.
Shannon is “losing a community” because of the lack of housing options available in the town.
Renewed calls have been made for Shannon Group to purchase the now derelict site that was once the Shannon Shamrock Hotel with Clare County Council have said they are considering applying the derelict sites act to lead to an improvement.
Frustration has been voiced with “the red tape” that has limited the amount of cleaning done in Clare rivers since the beginning of the year.