The financial turmoil that started last autumn is set to have a major impact on Kerry County Council's revenue for 2009 and beyond. That's according to Kerry County Council's Head of Finance who presented the Annual Financial Statement for 2008 to the council's monthly meeting. John O'Connor, Head of Finance at Kerry County Council said the council must relentlessly implement strict budgetary and debtor control in order to continue to deliver core services.
Last year, the local authority spent over one hundred and forty five and a half million euro delivering these services. That's an increase of over one hundred and eighty two thousand euro on 2007's expenditure. Mister O'Connor told the chamber following on from the deteriorating economic climate and despite considerable efforts from the council's collections staff, the number of those owing money to the council has increased. He added that in some cases court recovery measures will have to be taken to recover some of the debt.
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