*Clare County Council’s digital hub in Kilrush. A policy on remote working within Clare County Council is to be prepared for 2020 as the local authority contemplates letting some of its 970 plus staff carry out their daily jobs from hubs across the county and in their own home.
There is no “quick fix” to the health crisis that is affecting thousands of families across the Mid-West, Clare TD Dr. Michael Harty has outlined.
*Photograph: Gruber Images Clare has put its hand up to host a stage of the Tour de France.
Public faith in the board of Shannon Group has been lost and Shannon Airport is at risk of falling behind Knock Airport, elected representatives declared this week.
*Replacement works being carried out in Ennistymon this April. Photograph: Clare County Council Businesses in Clare are “losing money” due to “poor water quality”.
*Waves on the Atlantic Ocean during Storm Lorenzo. Photograph: John Mangan A new strategic policy committee (SPC) dedicated solely to climate change and biodiversity will not be introduced in Co Clare.
Cyclists and drivers in Ennis have had “the fear of God” put into them while Ireland is suffering from “car addiction”, a recent discussion on traffic calming measures heard.
Following last Monday’s decision by members of Clare County Council to increase the local property tax by fifteen percent, Sinn Féin have hit out at the move describing it as “an unjust tax on the family home”.
Buses using backroads in North Clare is “a serious, dangerous issue”, public representatives in the county have declared.
Clare’s local property tax is to increase by fifteen percent following a vote by elected members on Monday evening.