With Co Clare experiencing an unprecedented surge in domestic tourists over a short time period, Ennis councillors have called for the development of an overnight parking area for motorhomes in the county town.
Refurbishment plans for the County Museum in Ennis have been given the seal of approval by elected representatives in the area.
Clare Councillors are calling on Aer Lingus CEO Sean Doyle to reinstate flights in and out of Shannon, citing that a single Aer Lingus aircraft has not left the ground there since April 5th.
An illegal encampment in Ennis has been vacated with pressure mounted by elected representatives and residents in recent weeks over the health and safety concerns associated with the site.
Rough sleepers in Ennis are ‘unwilling’ to co-operate with attempts from authorities to set up temporary accommodation during COVID-19.
Repeated calls have been made for Clare County Council to acquire Shannon Heritage sites in the county.
Potential walking and cycling amenity routes are to be considered at the July meeting of the Ennis Municipal District.
Creation of a town bus service for Ennis is “long overdue”, councillors have said while plans for such a scheme are being progressed by the National Transport Authority (NTA).
Individuals living within a 90 to 120 minute drive of Clare have been earmarked as the saviours to the tourism season in the county.
For the second time in his political career, Cllr Paul Murphy (FG) has been elected Mayor of the Ennis Municipal District.