Monday 26 March 2012

Report findings: 'unacceptable' practices

FAILURE TO enforce the planning laws, poor administration, files getting “lost”, exceeding delegated powers, sidelining of professional planners, poor morale and non- response to complaints were among the failings of Carlow County Council. A report published in 2010 by former Louth county manager John Quinlivan, commissioned by the council after the Local Government Audit Service raised concerns about “corporate governance”, found that several of its practices were “unacceptable” and should be changed.

Read the article @ The Irish Times

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