Stronger policing of clothes banks is required across Co Clare according to elected representatives.
TII should not wait for the “next fatality” before introducing safety measures on the N68 at Darragh, an elected representative of Clare County Council has stated.
West Clare councillors have been left disappointed following confirmation that a number of routes in Kilkee were not selected for improvements in the schedule of Municipal District works this year.
Additional lay-by areas on the main route connecting West Clare and Ennis to prevent traffic congesting behind slow moving vehicles have been sought.
Requested road improvements are to be carried out in Carrowniska North.
‘Inaction’ on behalf of Clare County Council regarding the future of Moneypoint has been criticised while renewed calls have been made to prepare the county for climate change.
West Clare councillors are to visit an integrated constructed wetlands project in Waterford in an attempt to find solutions to long-running waste water treatment problems.
North Clare roads frequented by tourists are in need of adequate improvements to cater for their usage, elected representatives have flagged.
Tackling obesity will form one of the main considerations in a master plan which is to be formulated for the Kilrush Active Sports Facility.
A West Clare property which was home to Sisters of Mercy for 91 years has been requested to be made a protected structure by Clare County Council.