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‘The position deserves a chain’ – West Clare councillors want recognition for Cathaoirleach

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West Clare councillors are keen that the Cathaoirleach of their Municipal District be given a chain of office.

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‘Let’s be the county in Ireland to lead this’ – street furniture fees waived by Clare County Council

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Fees for street furniture licences have been waived by Clare County Council during the current pandemic.

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Clare’s soon-to-be published tourism strategy forced into last minute changes

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Clare’s tourism strategy that has been over 18 months in the making has been forced to make a last-minute update on account of the current global pandemic.

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Digital hubs to be pushed in Clare to aid remote working

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Kilrush Digital Hub. Photograph by Eamon Ward

Extra emphasis is to be placed on utilising digital hubs in Co Clare in an attempt to aid more individuals working remotely during COVID-19.

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Public toilets at beaches to be staffed by Council

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A plan is to be finalised by Clare County Council before public toilets at beaches across the county can reopen.

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‘We’ve nothing to fall back on’ – West Clare reps fearful reliance on tourism will prove costly

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Swift movement at a national level is needed to sustain the future of North and West Clare, areas which are heavily reliant on tourism.

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Irish Water to be pressed to prioritise Miltown Malbay works

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Criticism with the “layers of bureaucracy” in Irish Water have been voiced by North-West Clare councillors, while it has been confirmed that the proposed replacement of the old watermain from Miltown Malbay to Mullagh will commence during the first quarter of 2021.

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‘Make Clare a world-leader by amending taxation policies to make rural living sustainable’

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Future personal taxation policies are needed to cater for balanced regional development within the island of Ireland.

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‘More creativity’ needed to boost Clare’s Wild Atlantic Way routes

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*Photograph: Martin Connolly Alternative and more prominent advertising of Clare’s routes on the Wild Atlantic Way are needed on the…

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‘Unacceptable conditions’ at Fanore Beach despite Council review

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Conditions at Fanore Beach remain ‘unacceptable’ despite the completion of a review and management report at the site by Clare…

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