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THE FINAL MINUTES…LAST CHAPTER WRITTEN IN MONAGHAN TOWN COUNCIL CHRONICLE

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5 Jun 2014 Comments Off on THE FINAL MINUTES…LAST CHAPTER WRITTEN IN MONAGHAN TOWN COUNCIL CHRONICLE
THE FINAL MINUTES…LAST  CHAPTER WRITTEN IN MONAGHAN TOWN COUNCIL CHRONICLE

The journey from ‘Minutes’ to ‘Any Other Business’ was taken by the members of Monaghan Town Council for the final time last Wednesday evening. The final chapter of a chronicle in Irish local government over 170 years in the writing was set down with appropriate reflection as the members of the county town authority met for the last time in the meeting chamber of the Town Hall building at the top of Dublin Street – a location also set to cease to be as a component of municipal administration under the ...

BLOW FOR MONAGHAN AS "CULTURAL QUARTER" PROJECT FAILS TO SECURE EUROPEAN FUNDING

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20 Apr 2012 Comments Off on BLOW FOR MONAGHAN AS "CULTURAL QUARTER" PROJECT FAILS TO SECURE EUROPEAN FUNDING

Dissapointment spread at Monaghan Town Council’s Monday night meeting when members were informed that the authority’s bid to secure a possible €2.5 million in funding for the development of what was previously described as a new “cultural quarter” for the town in the Dublin Street/Old Cross Square area had been unsuccessful. The Council had convened a special meeting in February last to give approval to submitting the proposal – part of a cross-Border link-up with Armagh City Council – for consideration for backing under the INTERREG IVA programme. ...

VAT INCREASE COULD LEAD TO JOB LOSSES IN MONAGHAN SAYS COLR TREANOR

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25 Nov 2011 Comments Off on VAT INCREASE COULD LEAD TO JOB LOSSES IN MONAGHAN SAYS COLR TREANOR

The fear was expressed by Seamus Treanor at Monday night’s meeting of Monaghan Town Council that the plan by Minister for Finance Michael Noonan to increase VAT by 2% in the December Budget could lead to job losses in Monaghan and other towns in the Border region. Colr Treanor was moving on notice of motion, “That this Council write to the Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, asking him to think again about the proposed increase in VAT from 21% to 23% and also their plans to increase the duty ...