A sizeable increase in the amount of complaints relating to tenants of Council owned property has been observed thus far in 2020.
Ennis has placed first in the ‘Population Over 14,001′ category’ of the new Bank of Ireland Begin Together Awards 2020, after being shortlisted alongside Sligo Town and claiming the grand prize of €10,000.
Ennis councillors have cautioned that a section in the northern side of the town would limit the functionality of the West Clare Greenway if improvements are not put in place.
Fears of potential “serious flooding” exist among residents in an Ennis estate following the dumping of construction waste.
Mixed views have been expressed by Ennis councillors on an appeal to reinstate ten parking spaces “in the commercial heart of the town”.
Ennis business owners have claimed the temporary mobility plan introduced by Clare County Council is leading to the ‘death of the town’.
Strong criticism on the make-up of the taskforce responsible for introducing the temporary mobility plan in the town of voice was voiced by elected representatives of the Ennis Municipal District.
Tensions mounted at a fiery meeting of Ennis Municipal District on Wednesday as the topic of pedestrianisation in the county town was put into the spotlight.
Big changes are set to be introduced to the streets of Ennis including the installation of an interactive pavement fountain, demountable umbrella structures and making Barrack St operational for one-way traffic.
Followers of Clare camogie will have to bring their litter home with them from games at the county grounds for the foreseeable future.