Working group proposes cuts to senior librarian posts

The number of county librarians is set to be reduced under new plans to lower the cost of local government.

5th October, 2014

The number of county librarians is set to be reduced under new plans to lower the cost of local government.

Until now, each county in the country had a librarian in charge on a salary of up to €79,000.

But former Environment Minister Phil Hogan declared that there was no need for every county to have its own librarian.

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