Drainage blockages deemed to be fuelling flooding problems in Coolistiege, Clonlara are to be examined by Clare County Council staff.
More than forty Clare homeowners are living in fear that their houses will crumble due to the presence of damaging materials in the building blocks used to construct them.
Local representatives in Clare are calling for an easing of COVID-19 restrictions citing the impact on businesses and mental health in their arguments.
A Shannon councillor has warned that public projects in the county will be impacted due to an expected “severe” Clare County Council budget for 2021.
Clare councillors have highlighted that numerous flashing orange lights on approach roads to schools are faulty and not working.
Full zebra crossing markings outside one of South-East Clare’s busiest schools have been requested instead of school patrol markings.
A sizeable increase in the amount of complaints relating to tenants of Council owned property has been observed thus far in 2020.
A Clare councillor has admitted he had to “run out” of Meelick due to the smell from a water treatment plant.
Temporary relief from flooding has been provided in Aughboy, Clonlara following drainage works.
Maintenance work is to be undertaken in Parteen following complaints that “major flooding” was linked to blocked drains in the South Clare village.