Increased seating is needed at public spaces in the county town to encourage greater use of the facilities, elected representative have stated.
Elected representatives have stressed that levels of overcrowding cannot be let return to the Mid-West.
A local health activist group has raised €6000 worth of personal protective equipment for nursing homes in the county.
A campaign to encourage the uptake of elderly people downloading the COVID-19 tracker app has been suggested by Clare’s youngest politician.
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.
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.
Planning needs to begin now so that Ennis can host Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann to mark a decade of the traditional music festival last being held in Co Clare, elected representatives have said.
Civil war politics are over in what has been heralded as a new dawn for the country, fresh faces are also arriving from the parties involved including those associated with the re-emergence of Clare’s branch of Ógra Fianna Fáil.
“Speed merchants” in Cloughleigh have prompted calls for increased traffic calming measures in the area.
Potential walking and cycling amenity routes are to be considered at the July meeting of the Ennis Municipal District.