New Survey Reveals Satisfaction Rates With Midlands County Councils

It found 41 per cent of respondents in Offaly think their local authority provides good value for money.

Over 70 per cent of people in Westmeath think their county council is doing a good job.

That's one of the findings of a Local Authority Satisfaction Survey of people in the midlands by the National Oversight and Audit Commission.

It found 41 per cent of respondents in Offaly think their local authority provides good value for money - above the national average.

People in Laois also had one of the highest levels of contact with their council over the last five years at 45 per cent.

Chairperson of the NOAC, Michael McCarthy believes it all comes down to communication:

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