Siptu says it is not aware of any possible redundancy situation within Sligo County Council.
It follows fears that there could be prospect of job losses at the local authority in an effort to deal with its increasing level of dept.
It’s understood a report by consultants Grant Thornton, recommends a 10 million euro state injection to deal with the council’s growing over draft.
The findings of the appraisal are due to be discussed at a special meeting tomorrow.
Sligo County Council’s debt now stands at 13 million euro and the report predicts this could rise to over 27 million by 2017.
Siptu’s Anthony McCormack says the county council has not discussed the prospect of redundancies with the trade union.
He also says under the Croke Park Agreement there can be no compulsory redundancies at Sligo County Counci.l
Meanwhile in a statement to Ocean Fm News Sligo County Council says it has circulated a financial report to members to be considered at a special meeting of its members tomorrow.
A spokesperson says it will be making a detailed statement on the appraisal following the meeting.
The statement goes on to says a meeting to discuss Sligo County Council's finances was held in January 2012 between a delegation from Sligo County Council and Minister Phil Hogan.
Following further discussion, it was agreed that an independent financial appraisal of the Council would be carried out.