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‘Respect has gone out the gate at Clare Abbey Graveyard’

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Instances of vandalism at Clare Abbey are continuing with one headstone recently damaged for the third time.

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‘Turf war’ between OPW & Irish Rail delaying works to fix Ballycar flooding

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*Tom Casey and his wife Bernie. Photograph: Joe Buckley “A turf war” is preventing progress in solving the almost annual issue of flooding at Ballycar, Clare TDs have stated. 

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Arbitration & bats cause slight delay to Killaloe Bridge & Bypass

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Conversations in parts of East Clare on the long awaited Killaloe Bypass are a daily occurrence, landowners using their right of going down the arbitration route and East Clare bats have slightly delayed the project.

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Recent rainfall has Springfield residents worried of repeat flooding

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Instead of the time frame getting shorter on advancing necessary flood protection works at Springfield the opposite is happening, Cllr Michael Begley has claimed.

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No consultants appointed for Shannon Embankments flood defence work

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Consultants have not been appointed for the delivery of flood defence works along the Shannon Embankments.

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Hillery & Curtin call on OPW ‘to get off their heels’ to provide for Miltown Malbay

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*Michael Hillery & Christy Curtin. Photograph: Eamon Ward An estimated €500,000 is required for an upgrade of the culvert and drainage in Miltown Malbay which intends to prevent future flooding in the area.

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‘Boxer Moran must carry out promise’ for coastal protection in Clare

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Coastal protection works at three locations in the county have remained on hold due to insufficient funding being provided by the Office of Public Works (OPW).

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‘Ennis flood scheme moving as fast as possible’

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MINISTER Pat Breen has been assured that the re-tendering process for the Ennis South Flood Relief Scheme is progressing at the quickest possible rate, with the tender deadline set at September 21, just one week away. Minister Breen said, “Elements of the previous tender are currently underway as advance works, in a bid to speed…

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