Temporary toilet facilities and additional parking needs to be sourced for popular attractions and walking trails in the county, Clare councillors have said.
*Participants at the now concluded Scariff protests. Photograph: John Mangan Mountshannon Community Council will not be removing an officer from an elected position despite an involvement in ‘truth-seeker’ demonstrations in the heart of Scariff.
*Henchy’s Cross. Photograph: John Mangan Delays in addressing safety concerns at a heavily traversed junction in East Clare have been strongly criticised with the brunt of the blame aimed in the direction of the Green Party.
*Mountshannon House. Photograph: John Mangan An East Clare property acquired nineteen years ago to provide social housing has been let run “into disrepair”, no tenant has occupied the building in almost two decades.
*Doolin. Photograph: John Mangan A ‘dezoning war’ is likely to lead to Clare councillors rejecting a proposed County Development Plan with the survival of rural parts of the county on the line.
Rural Ireland “is at a crossroads” and requires a revitalisation of its towns, villages and settlements with as much gusto as leading promotional campaigns, a North Clare elected representative has declared.