Feasibility studies are to be carried out for the provision of nice tourism products and an annual festival in Co Clare.
Caution has been issued by elected representatives with consideration for ‘the health of future generations’ and that ‘communities could be split’ if masts are to be erected in parts of the county.
*Ballyalla Lake. Photograph: Martin Molloy Ennis councillors have requested that large boulders be removed from the environs of Ballyalla Lake.
*Pictured at the official opening of LIT’s Ennis campus were from left Professor Vincent Cunnane, LIT President, Minister Pat Breen TD and Acting Mayor of Clare Claire Colleran Molloy. Photograph by Eamon Ward Strong transport links between Limerick Institute of Technology’s Moylish and Ennis campuses need to be put in place as “viable” options for…
Attempts to improve public lighting at the pedestrian crossing on the Mill Rd are to be conducted during the month of January.
Although its air quality readings have left a lot to be desired, Clare may soon be leading the way if calls to enforce a national ban on smoky coal are enforced.
*Photograph: Graham Horn “A shortage of space” is preventing Ennis’ gardening section from hanging baskets along the main thoroughfare of Clarecastle.
Ignorance on the behalf of bus and HGV drivers along with navigation systems have been blamed for large vehicles causing delays in the main streets of Ennis during December.
Five charities are to benefit from the Christmas Express Train that will be travelling through the town of Ennis this weekend.
An investigation is to be carried out by staff within the Ennis Municipal District of Clare County Council to assess if traders of the farmers market at Roslevan have planning permission to use the location.