State introduces new powers to hit disruptive councillors in the pocket

State introduces new powers to hit disruptive councillors in the pocket
Environment Minister Phil Hogan. Picture: Barbara Lindberg

Councillors will have their salaries and expenses cut off completely for six months if they keep engaging in disruptive behaviour at meetings.

Councillors will have their salaries and expenses cut off completely for six months if they keep engaging in disruptive behaviour at meetings.

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