Galway 2020 funds blocked over concerns about details on its finances
Councillor says veto of extra €2.5m for Capital of Culture project down to concerns over cash commitments
A concern around details of its finances was one of the reasons behind last week’s blocking of an extra €2.5 million in public funding for the Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture project, a local councillor has said.
“It’s a private company funded by the taxpayer,” Colette Connolly, an independent Galway City councillor, said. “Why can’t it communicate better?”
Connolly was one of the 11 councillors...
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