*Cllr Roisin Garvey. Photograph: Eamon Ward Clare’s only elected Green Party representative Roisin Garvey will forever remember 2019 as the year of her political breakthrough but less than twelve months on she’s bidding for higher office.
Disposing of a lifebuoy is “an attempted form of manslaughter”, the Mayor of Clare has claimed.
Annoyance has been expressed locally with the lack of outlined plans for Moneypoint post 2025.
Four months on from the request of its foundation, a taskforce designed to support staff at Moneypoint has not held a single meeting.
*Replacement works being carried out in Ennistymon this April. Photograph: Clare County Council Businesses in Clare are “losing money” due to “poor water quality”.
As the responsible Councillor, I feel it appropriate to respond to Eoin Neylon’s article in the last issue of The Clare Echo headlined “Anti 5G campaigners making false claims.”
*Moneypoint Power Plant. Photograph: Páraic McMahon A delegation of West Clare councillors are today (Wednesday) issuing a letter to secure a meeting with two Ministers plus a number of agencies and the ESB on the future of Moneypoint.
Clare TD, Timmy Dooley has declared residents of rural Ireland are being treated as “second-class citizens” with no ban on smoky coal in place in parts of the country.
Telecommunication companies were equated as the 2019 version of groups behind the sale of cigarettes at Monday’s meeting of Clare County Council.
“No new information” is included in the Government’s Climate Action Plan on Moneypoint’s future which is “worrying” according to Clare TD, Dr. Michael Harty.