York spotlight on council budget
9:33am Thursday 28th February 2013 in News
IT’S one of the crunch nights in York’s year as the city’s councillors meet to thrash out their annual budget – and The Press will be keeping you posted every step of the way.
City of York Council will decide its budget tonight for the next two years, during which time it must save £20 million.
Proposals include raising council tax, increasing parking charges and leaving parks unlocked, with hundreds of jobs set to be axed.
The Press will be providing live rolling coverage of the budget meeting at from 6pm. You can also tweet us – @yorkpress, using the hashtag #cycbudget.
• Communities Secretary Eric Pickles faces a revolt by town halls over council tax with more than 40 per cent set to shun his plans for a freeze, a survey by the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (Cipfa) has shown.
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