Councillors set to discuss 25 per cent precept increase

Councillors set to discuss 25 per cent precept increase

Councillors set to discuss 25 per cent precept increase

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RESIDENTS are being urged to attend Great Sankey Parish Council's meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, as councillors discuss a potential increase in the precept.

Clr Kevin Reynolds has said he is 'fully against' a 25 per cent increase and hopes homeowners in the Great Sankey area will attend the meeting. 

Currently the parish's precept is one of the lowest in the town at £20 a year and if approved would increase to £25 to pay for extra CSOs to work in the area, improve cleaner's zero hours contracts and for community centre refurbishment.

The meeting takes place at 6.45pm at the Tim Parry Community Centre, Wroxham Road.

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5:59pm Tue 14 Jan 14

old-codger says...

25 per cent increase ...

Which planet do these people live on. ??.
25 per cent increase ... Which planet do these people live on. ??. old-codger
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7:35pm Tue 14 Jan 14

Freeborn John says...

In plain English, they want to put the parish tax up by a quarter.
Oddly, nowhere in the article does the word 'tax' appear.
In plain English, they want to put the parish tax up by a quarter. Oddly, nowhere in the article does the word 'tax' appear. Freeborn John
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