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Tugtar fógra leis seo go gcuirfidh Colin Nolan, Iniúchóir Rialtais Áitiúil, tús le hiniúchadh ar chuntais na heagraíochta rialtais áitiúil thuasluaite don bhliain airgeadais dar críoch an 31ú lá de Nollaig, 2020, ar an 26 Iúil 2021. De réir airteagal 17 de na Rialacháin Rialtais Áitiúil (Nósanna Imeachta Airgeadais agus Iniúchta) 2014, breithneoidh an tIniúchóir Rialtais Áitiúil agóidí i gcoinne aon ábhair nó ábhair atá sna cuntais éagsúla sin le linn an iniúchta.
The Finance (Local Property Tax) Act 2012 (as amended), makes specific provision that elected members of a local authority may pass a formal resolution to vary the basic rate of the Local Property Tax for their administrative area by a percentage known as the local adjustment factor. At the meeting set by Cork County Council to consider this matter, the members may set a local adjustment factor within the range of +/- 15% of the basic rate, or, may decide not to adjust the basic rate.
CORK COUNTY COUNCIL
NOTICE OF RATES HAVING BEEN MADE
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NOTICE OF DEPOSIT OF RATE BOOKS FOR INSPECTION AND OF INTENTION TO MAKE RATES
County Health Districts of North Cork, South Cork and West Cork
Weather Related update on Roads and elements of the flood barriers are also being put in place in both Mallow and Fermoy
Due to recent weather patterns, the following roads have been closed R621 (Longfields) and the L1226 (Killavullen).
We ask you also to be mindful that due to the weather patterns for the next two days, elements of the flood barriers are also being put in place in both Mallow and Fermoy.
As Level 5 restrictions come into effect today, Mayor of the County of Cork, Cllr Mary Linehan Foley is highlighting how Cork County Council’s services remain available for residents, communities and businesses throughout Cork, with a vast number of services accessible from the safety of their homes.
“As a provider of essential services, Cork County Council plays a front-line role in supporting community and business activity across the wider economy.
The three Mayors in Cork and Kerry have joined forces in an appeal to the people of their counties to adhere to public health restrictions and redouble their efforts to curb the spread of coronavirus as the country heads into Level 5 of the National Framework for Living with Covid 19.