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Galway county's local property tax rate will remain the same for next year after councillors voted to reject a 15 per cent at the local authority's plenary meeting at GMIT on Monday morning.
Mayo GAA held its first physical County Board meeting since March this week, with meetings held in line with HSE guidelines across two sessions with club delegates in Elverys MacHale Park.
The Galway County Council anticipates losses of €1 million for 2020 due to the impact of the Government’s Covid-19 restrictions.
Mayo County Council will run out of money unless there is government intervention soon, a top official said this week.
The elected members of Ballina Municipal District have been told that the council will only be committing 50 per cent of the previously budgeted for General Municipal Allocations, up to the end of July this year, owing to the current financial situation the council finds itself in due to a drop in income due to Covid-19.
Mayo County Council has seen its income drop by close on €1.75 million per month since the Covid-19 pandemic came into effect.
There are over 100 properties that still have to be rated by the Valuation Office - meaning that Mayo County Council cannot levy a commercial rate on them at present.
The topic of parking charges took up more than two hours of this week's Mayo County Council meeting — despite the fact the full council has no say in changing the status quo.
Despite a stark warning from Peter Duggan, Head of Finance of Mayo County Council that the local authority is going to face a €5.1 million shortfall next year, the elected members of the council refused to increase the base rate of the Local Property Tax for next year.