Public meeting to debate the cuts to city's draft budget
A FINAL public meeting to discuss Derby City Council's draft budget will be held tomorrow.
Council leader Paul Bayliss is inviting people to discuss the authority's proposals about where it should make cuts and which services should be preserved.
He will attend the meeting with his deputy, Councillor Ranjit Banwait, in the Darwin Suite of the Assembly Rooms from noon to 3pm.
The budget consultation document for 2013-14 to 2015-16 is available at www.derby. gov.uk.
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The council is proposing to cut a number of services as it has to save £62 million over the next three years, due to cuts to its budget.
It means the council will shed 350 jobs over the next 16 months. The latest exodus will send the total number of redundancies made by the authority over a three-year period soaring above 1,000.
A public consultation on the latest budget ends on Friday.