Selby Get Their Say On North Yorkshire Council's Budget
8:52am 17th January 2013
As ninty-three million pounds has to be saved by North Yorkshire Council, people in Selby are being asked for their views.
A meeting's being held tonight for people to help the council make it's difficult decisions about where the cuts should fall.
The amount which has to be saved has increased from sixty-nine million pounds because of the council tax freeze and cuts to government grants.
Gary Fielding from the county council says a lot of people don't always see what the authority does unless it affects them.
The meeting's taking place at Selby Library tonight at 6.30.
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