Councilors continue discussion in Lifford in an effort to pass Budget 2014

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barry o neillCouncillors continue to meet in Lifford this evening in an effort to agree a revenue budget for 2014.
Councillors are being asked to approve a budget that would see revised county council revenue expenditure increasing from €133 million in 2013 to €138 million in the coming year.
Last years budget meeting wasn’t passed until 5am in the morning after 34 adjournments.
Fine Gael Cllr Barry O Neill says they must avoid a repeat of last year:


Donegal County CouncilTodays Donegal County Council Budget meeting was adjourned for a tome as a mark of respect to former Cllr John Kelly who passed away this morning.
John Kelly, was elected as Fianna Fails first councillor from Falcarragh in 1953, serving twice as chairperson.
Cllr Seamus O’Domnhaill paid tribute to John Kelly, saying he did a lot for the Cloughaneely area:

 

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