A shortfall in funding has been raised by local councillors for a community based CCTV system approved for Monaghan Town.
The issue of funding was brought up on Monday at the monthly Municipal District meeting where it was revealed that the cost of the CCTV system would cost in the region of 250,000 but the council only had 120,000 earmarked.
Local Councillor Brian McKenna has expressed him confidence this lunchtime that the finances would be made available so this project could be completed by the end of the year.
This follows the Garda Commissioner, Drew Harris giving the authorisation for the installation of the camera system on streets in the town in recent months.
Speaking to Northern Sound Local Councillor Brian McKenna says the money will have to be found to pay for this well worth initiative.