Safe and designated cycling and walking connections should be in place along local and secondary roads of North and West Clare, a local representative has said while another has described the amount of teenage girls cycling to school as “horrific”.
Clare’s longest serving councillor has led the call for the creation of a “mini marina” in Labasheeda.
Miltown Malbay has “been shafted” by its continued omission from the Wild Atlantic Way route with West Clare councillors stressing that this be rectified prior to an expected increase in staycations this summer.
West Clare projects submitted as applications for Government funding are to be reviewed in light of potential changes caused by COVID-19.
Labasheeda is to get the treatment afforded to Lahinch, Liscannor and Ennistymon last year as it has been chosen for the paint scheme administered by Clare County Council.
Temporary water tankers are to be made available should the mains supply in Miltown Malbay continue to be affected.
West Clare councillors are keen that the Cathaoirleach of their Municipal District be given a chain of office.
Leading health officials have urged the Irish public to go on staycations in 2020 as opposed to travelling abroad, a Clare councillor has highlighted one location in the West of the county that needs to capitalise on this message.
A Cooraclare politician has been praised for the ‘dignity and class’ in which he carries himself, having concluded his twelve month term as Cathaoirleach of the West Clare Municipal District.
Individuals living within a 90 to 120 minute drive of Clare have been earmarked as the saviours to the tourism season in the county.