200 jobs to go at City of York Council
4:54pm 8th October 2009
The City of York Council has announced how its going to save fifteen million pounds in its base budget over the next four years.
The authority's Chief Executive Kirsten England says cut backs are essential and will result in the loss of about 200 positions.
She told Minster FM though these will not be compulsory redundancies, but just natural selection as people retire or leave the council.
The issue of this four year vision to save cash will now be discussed by the Executive on the 20th October.
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