Mixed views have been expressed regarding a possible imbalance in the make-up of the Municipal Districts in Clare.
*Moneypoint. Photograph: Fergal Clohessy Further staff reductions are expected to come at Moneypoint in the coming weeks and months, The Clare Echo has learned.
As ESB plans for the future of Moneypoint, all contractors have finished working at the power station.
*Mick O’Dea, Tommy Comerford, James Griffin & Paul Markham in Doonbeg on Wednesday. Photograph: Martin Connolly As Doonbeg basked in international media coverage due to the visit of US President Donald Trump, locals were determined to display a positive and attractive image of the West Clare village to reap the benefit for the years ahead.
*Ian Lynch. Photograph: Martin Connolly Having narrowly retained his place on Clare County Council, Ian Lynch has urged Fianna Fáil to continue the power sharing agreement that has existed with the local authority for the past fifteen years.
Clare’s biggest security operation in fifteen years is underway following Donald Trump’s arrival into Shannon Airport yesterday.
*Trump International Golf Links and Hotel Ireland. Photograph: Arthur Ellis Traffic restrictions are to be “kept to a minimum” for the three day visit of US President, Donald Trump to Co Clare.
Town teams are being formed across Clare as rural communities fight to preserve their towns and villages to build a brighter future for the county.
Three councillors attended all ninety nine meetings of Clare County Council from 2014 to 2019, The Clare Echo can reveal.
*Cllr Ian Lynch. Photograph: Gary Collins Kilrush must set the way for the rest of West Clare and Cllr Ian Lynch is adamant the town needs a voice on Clare County Council to do just that.