The domestic district rate is to go up by 5.59 percent, while the non-domestic district rate is to go up by 7.45 percent.
Sands NI has asked to work with the Council to create such a contemplative space locally.
The Council said it was unable to offer use of its facilities free of charge, and said it did all it could to keep its charges to a minimum.
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IN A LANDMARK decision the new Fermanagh and Omagh Council has agreed to have bilingual signage at council facilities.
CONCERNS remain over what the new rates bill for householders and businesses in the county will be when the new Fermanagh and Omagh District Council comes into power in April of next year.