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11 Aug 2022

Property tax protest march to Minister’s office

Campaigners from Kilkenny and Carlow against the “property tax”, septic tank charges and other “austerity” taxes were joined yesterday by a large contingent from other counties in a march from the courthouse in Kilkenny to Minister for the Environment, Phil Hogan’s office on New Street in Kilkenny City.

Campaigners from Kilkenny and Carlow against the “property tax”, septic tank charges and other “austerity” taxes were joined yesterday by a large contingent from other counties in a march from the courthouse in Kilkenny to Minister for the Environment, Phil Hogan’s office on New Street in Kilkenny City.

The protest attracted campaigners from throughout the country and highlighted the upcoming February 1 deadline for Septic Tank registration.

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