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Bealkelly to Tuamgraney walking trail viewed as a ‘fantastic asset’ to East Clare

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A 4.5km walking trail in East Clare is set to be finished by the end of November according to local authority officials.

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‘Serious flooding issues a constant’ at River Graney

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A planned programme of drainage works are needed to mitigate against “serious flooding issues” along the River Graney, East Clare representatives have stated.

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Inis Cealtra visitor experience to be model for sustainable tourism

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A contract for the design of the Inis Cealtra (Holy Island) Visitor experience has been signed by Clare County Council and its consultants with the project viewed as a future model for sustainable tourism.

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O’Brien seeks improved disability access at Ballycuggeran Amenity Park

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A Killaloe councillor has implored Clare County Council to make all of Ballycuggeran Amenity Park suitable for universal access.

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Clare tourism strategy ‘more important now than ever’

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A ten year Clare tourism strategy has been approved by local elected representatives.

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Dredging rivers not the answer to flooding in Clare say Council

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Leading environmental officials in Clare County Council have warned that the dredging of all rivers in the county will not necessarily alleviate potential flooding problems.

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Woman considering exhuming husband’s body due to ongoing behaviour at Drumcliffe Cemetery

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A Clare woman whose husband is buried in Ennis is considering exhuming his body due to repeated intimidation experienced when travelling to the cemetery.

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Elevated local property tax levels to remain in Clare

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Elevated rates of local property tax will remain in Co Clare next year while calls for the Government to refund the Council’s spend on COVID-19 measures have also been made.

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Tulla speed surveys to determine if traffic calming is required

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Speed surveys on the approach to Tulla from Gort are to be conducted over the coming weeks following calls for the installation of traffic calming measures.

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Abandoned boats impacting on local access to Mountshannon Harbour

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Abandoned boats are making Mountshannon Harbour unsightly, local representatives have claimed.

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