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|Leicestershire County Council's Consultation Findings Published 23 October, 2013|
Leicestershire County Council recently concluded a large scale consultation on the need to save £110 million over the next five years.
The results have now been published at http://www.leics.gov.uk/future
Over 7,200 residents, staff and stakeholders gave their views. This identified which services they wanted the council to protect, which they felt the council could spend less on and their views on Council Tax levels.
The public has identified services totalling £32 million which they would be prepared to see reduced. There are other services, which account for £64 million, which the public would not want to see reduced.
No decisions have been made yet and the County Council is carefully considering the results.
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