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Council budget meeting ongoing in Lifford

Councillors meeting in Lifford.

Councillors meeting in Lifford.

DONEGAL County Council is expected to agree an annual commercial rate valuation of 68.39 for 2016 with former town council areas paying less.

Finance director Garry martin told members at the budget meeting today in Lifford that the local authority will spend €132.8 million in 2016 up by €1.5 m on this year.

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This equates to a council spend for the coming year of €824 per citizen in the county or €364,000 per day.

The meeting is ongoing.

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