Legal advice is being received by Clare County Council regarding a decision from An Bord Pleanála on works between Lahinch and Liscannor.
Completion of a coastal pathway at Loop Head is seen as “an absolute necessity” to the protection of the area as one councillor criticised how plans have been left sitting “for years”.
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.
A West Clare Irish college has the potential to create 41 jobs throughout the entire year if it becomes a multi-purpose centre.
New life and focus is evident in Labasheeda, councillors for the area stated as they put up the cause for increased promotion of a local fort.
Communities are determined to reap the rewards of natural energy prompting calls for a partnership to be launched to set up a solar farm owned by the community in Kilkee.
Calls to prepare a masterplan for Doonbeg Pier to maximise the potential of the site have been voiced by a West Clare councillor.
Council staff in West and North Clare will be made available to help schools where needed in managing their response to COVID-19.
A reoccurrence of beach closures in Clare cannot be allowed to happen in high season again, the Cathaoirleach of the West Clare Municipal District has stated.
Discussions are underway surrounding the development of a Blueway Plan for the Shannon Estuary.