A 4.5km walking trail in East Clare is set to be finished by the end of November according to local authority officials.
A planned programme of drainage works are needed to mitigate against “serious flooding issues” along the River Graney, East Clare representatives have stated.
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.
A Killaloe councillor has implored Clare County Council to make all of Ballycuggeran Amenity Park suitable for universal access.
A ten year Clare tourism strategy has been approved by local elected representatives.
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.
A Clare woman whose husband is buried in Ennis is considering exhuming his body due to repeated intimidation experienced when travelling to the cemetery.
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.
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.
Abandoned boats are making Mountshannon Harbour unsightly, local representatives have claimed.