It’s Social Inclusion Week and according to Donegal County Council’s Chief Executive Seamus Neely “every week should be social inclusion week”.
The recent increase of 15% in Local Property Tax, voted by Donegal County Councillors, was so that an increase in rates for businesses would not be introduced, given the over €1.7 million shortfall in the Councils budget.
The Council can be contacted during normal business hours on 074 91 53900
A status yellow wind warning for Donegal is in place until tomorrow morning at 6am as Storm Lorenzo passes through.
“This year, bikes can also be donated to any of the 22 local Men’s Sheds projects throughout Donegal.”
Donegal County Council has activated its severe weather team in advance of the expected arrival of Storm Lorenzo
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