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Preston City Council budget: Have your say

Posted on - 23rd February, 2014 - 11:22pm | Author - | Posted in - Preston City Centre, Preston Council

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Preston City Council revealed its budget will fall by £3.6 million and council tax will increase by 2 per cent.

The council presented their proposed budget for the next 3 years, the full details of which are outlined in ‘Cabinet Budget Proposals 2014/15 – 2018/19’ which can on the council website.

The proposed budget is still out for consultation and the council is asking the public for their views on what is proposed.

The deadline is 12 March, but you have a chance to have your comments about the proposals heard by councillors at a full meeting of the council on 27 February from 4pm at the Town Hall – if you get them in before 26 February. That’s next Wednesday.

You can also take part in the budget consultation online

Alternatively you can comment on the budget proposal by emailing [email protected] by writing to the the council.

The full budget is available on the council website

Have you expressed your opinion to the council about the budget? Let us know in the comments below

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