Temperatures outside may be sub zero but they are expected to rise dramatically at tomorrows monthly meeting of Meath County Council.

Aontu councillor, Emer Toibin, has called for the council to reveal the full terms of reference issued to those who investigated the controversial rezoning of land at Liscarton, Navan.

A local Councillor says Meath County Council must clarify details of an investigation into a fellow councillor’s alleged ‘conflict of interest’ over re-classified land outside Navan.

The local authority last month found Fianna Fáil Councillor Tommy Reilly’s failure to specify his reason to excuse himself from voting on major rezoning at Liscarton was due to being a “connected person” to the 35 acre site.

However, the investigation cleared him of any wrongdoing after finding he had done so ‘inadvertently’, with no further action recommended.

Now Tóibín has tabled a question on the issue for tomorrow’s Council meeting, calling for the investigation’s full terms of reference.

She says ‘scant’ information given by the local authority on the matter is insufficient: