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Charity quits Renua after just three months

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Three months after joining Renua, Galway county councillor James Charity has sensationally quit Lucinda Creighton's party, accusing it of "U-turns on its water charges policy" and for failing to support him on "issues of local importance".

City Hall to debate motion to oppose water tax

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Struggling Galway families should not be expected to pay €500 a year for water, especially when there are non-taxation methods available to fund water infrastructure.

Galway City Council adopts ‘pro-business and pro-jobs’ budget 2014

The budget 2014, with a projected expenditure of €80.5 million for the coming year, was adopted at a special meeting of the Galway City Council last Friday.

City Manager has ‘no hesitation’ with positive 2014 Budget

Galway city manager Brendan McGrath has confirmed that he will have “no hesitation” in recommending the adoption of the 2014 Budget which he describes as “positive” and one that will serve Galway well.

City manager has “no hesitation” in recommending positive 2014 Budget

Galway city manager Brendan McGrath has confirmed that he will have “no hesitation” in recommending the adoption of the 2014 Budget which he describes as “positive” and one that will serve Galway well.

Galway County Council pass 2014 budget with expenditure of €122 million

The 2014 budget for Galway County Council was passed unanimously with an anticipated expenditure of €122 million, representing €4.5 million reduction on the budget adopted for 2013.

Budget meeting cancelled after Government fails to allocate funding

Westmeath County Council’s annual budget meeting is unlikely to go ahead this Monday, after the Government failed to notify the council of its Local Government Grant for 2014. 

County council to face 2013 property tax of €100,000

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Galway County Council will be liable to pay for the property tax on its housing stock to the tune of between €90,000 and €100,000 by January 1, 2014, councillors at a meeting held on Monday were told.

Council to loose out on €641k funding despite reaching targets

Despite having a collection rate for the Household Charge in excess of what the Department of Environment have said is needed in order to avoid any cuts in the 2012 Local Government fund, Mayo County Council is still going to be down €641,589 on its allocated funding this year.

Cuts can be reversed if householders pay up

Almost 40 per cent of households in the Galway County Council region have yet to pay the controversial household charge, according to figures released by the local authority this week.

 

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