An ESB sub-station located in Ennis has been equated with a scene “from Eastern Europe twenty years ago”.
Criticism of the system operated by the Homeless Action Team has been voiced with one Ennis representative of the view that that the current procedure treats homelessness in the county as a ‘nine to five issue’.
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”.
Consideration is to be given to the development of a swimming shelter at Ballyalla Lake.
A “proper housing stock” is needed to cater for persons with disabilities throughout Co Clare, a meeting of the Ennis Municipal District has heard.
Online streaming of Clare County Council meetings for members of the public to view or listen to is under consideration.
A “gentle balance” is applied by Clare County Council with improvements to local roads which may not be able to facilitate a large increase in traffic if measures such as passing bays are introduced.
Flooding outside residences in Ballyhannon is to be reviewed early this year.
Clare Technology Park is viewed as a key site in boosting the employment numbers in the county town.
Toonagh residents are extremely concerned with the speeding levels in the area prompting calls for a reduction in the limit in the area.