Donegal County Council has passed the annual budget at Wednesday's meeting in Lifford.
It was adopted on a proposal from Fine Gael councillor, Barry O’Neill and seconded by Independent councillor Frank McBrearty.
Council Cathaoirleach, Cllr Seamus Ó Domhnaill asked for a recorded vote.
When this was done the motion was passed on a vote of 28 for and 2 against.
Several councillors were complimentary of the various reports put forward by the Council staff.
See Thursday's Donegal Democrat for coverage from Wednesday's meeting.
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