Ennis town centre can be “re-energised” if “owners of vacant properties take responsibility,” an elected representative of Clare County Council has said.
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 were drawn into a dispute when it came to the appropriate title of the county’s first citizen which the incumbent labelled “an ambush”.
Clare councillors are leading the call for frontline workers during the current pandemic to receive “tangible recognition”.
Consideration is to be given to the development of a swimming shelter at Ballyalla Lake.
An estimated €20m is being spent on flood defences projects in the Ennis Municipal District while ongoing concerns regarding the structural stability of the Clarecastle Flood Barrage have been raised.
Online streaming of Clare County Council meetings for members of the public to view or listen to is under consideration.
A Sixmilebridge councillor has called for a countywide “blitz on dog fouling” to be conducted.
Creation of a post focused on active and sustainable travel in Clare would reduce the dependency on cars in the county, the Mayor of Ennis has said.
An investment in the region of €1m is to see a wheelchair friendly lift and cross track bridge open at Ennis Railway Station in 2021.