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Exodus of retirees could hit key services

Wednesday, 22nd February, 2012 5:30pm

Story by Sean McMahon
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Exodus of retirees could hit key services
Exodus of retirees could hit key services

Twenty-four Cavan County Council staff will retire by the end of this month and may put the future of some services in doubt, The Anglo-Celt can reveal as the local fall out from the Croke Park Agreement begins to emerge.

Retirements in the health sector will see staffing levels reduced by 94 employees in Cavan/Monaghan, and a total 16 gardaí will stand down in Cavan. Figures have yet to be released for the numbers of teaching staff in the county who will take retirement.

For full story, see this week's Anglo-Celt.

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