There are just hours left to have your say on Wrexham Council’s proposals to save / cut £13 million over the next two years.
More than 3000 residents across Wrexham have had their say on the proposals so far, which include cuts to school music service, scrapping PCSO funding, selling or demolishing Crown Buildings and reviewing library services across the county borough.
Since 2008 Wrexham Council have made £52 million of cuts, however over the next two years it is looking to make further savings of £13 million.
Titled Difficult Decisions, the consultation has been up and running since October and is today entering into the final few hours for the public to take part.
During the consultation participants will have the chance to ‘Strongly agree, strongly disagree, neither agree or disagree, disagree and strongly disagree’ on 13 different council areas. There is also the chance to comment on each of the proposals at the bottom of the page.
Results from previous rounds of Difficult Decisions consultations have helped form how Wrexham Council have looked at its budget in previous years.
Feedback and the results of the consultation will be presented to the Executive Board in March 2018.
There are a number of ways you can let Wrexham Council know what you think of the proposals:
– Please complete the survey – either online or in paper version to say what extent you agree with the proposals Wrexham Council are making.
– There will be more detailed consultations conducted with service users for some of these proposals – which will also contribute to the decision making process.
– You could also write to ‘Tell Us What You Think’. 3rd Floor Annex. The Guildhall. Wrexham. LL11 1AY
– Or email firstname.lastname@example.org (please mark your correspondence ‘Difficult Decisions’)
The responses submitted will help the decision making process for the new budget in January / February 2018.