Annual budget agreed despite resident’s fears
Councillors have approved the forthc-oming year’s budget despite a resident imploring Alsager Town Council to take money out of its general reserves to prevent rising costs for local taxpayers.
At its meeting last Tuesday, the council determined the full value of its 2020/21 budget, which contains net spending plans to a total of £420,967.
Earmarked reserves, the capital reserve and general reserves are being used to finance expenditure and a precept request of £411,807 has been made to Cheshire East Council.
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