A planned programme of drainage works are needed to mitigate against “serious flooding issues” along the River Graney, East Clare representatives have stated.
Junior Minister Patrick O’Donovan (FG) is to visit Clareabbey while a meeting of the Taskforce committee for the area is to be convened in the coming months.
Leave No Trace is a nationwide inter-agency campaign that looks to combat littering in public hotspots such as National Parks, Nature Reserves, Forest Parks, OPW National Heritage Sites as well as rivers, beaches, forests and special areas of conservation.
The OPW have been requested by Clare County Council to tidy up the riverside walkway in Meelick.
Houses in Kilbaha on the L2002 are not at risk of flooding, Council officials have said in response to requests coastal protection works.
Planning permission has been granted for the construction of a new school building for Knockanenan NS.
Frustration has been voiced with “the red tape” that has limited the amount of cleaning done in Clare rivers since the beginning of the year.
*Spot flooding on the Tulla Rd in Ennis. FILE PIC A co-ordinated approach to the management of surface water on…
*Photograph: Joe Buckley Infrastructure which is serving Shannon is “not fit for purpose” leading to instances of spot flooding throughout…
*Flooding along the Limerick – Ennis railway line at Newmarket-on-Fergus. Photograph: John Mangan Flooding at Ballycar has prompted the closure…