by Ian Yuill on 2 March, 2019
Aberdeen City Council is holding its annual budget setting meeting on Tuesday 5th March. Savings, cuts and additional income of around £45 million will be needed to produce a balanced revenue budget for 2019/20. The council will also be setting its capital, housing and Common Good budgets at this meeting.
My Liberal Democrat colleagues and I believe the council should do all it can to protect education, support the most vulnerable in our community and protect valued community facilities such as community centres and libraries. We also believe the council needs to do more to repair crumbling roads and pavements. The budget proposals the Liberal Democrats make at Tuesday’s budget-setting meeting will reflect these priorities.
The budget-setting meeting begins at 2pm on Tuesday and is open to the public. You can find the papers for the meeting here.
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