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Council Tax Set To Be Lowest In Sussex

Published by on Sunday, 15 November 2009No Comment

Council Tax rises across Sussex are set to be the lowest ever, with rises only up to 3%. Conservative-led Brighton and Hove City Council are aiming for 2.5% in their budget. Councillor Jan Young, the cabinet member for finance said “Last year was the lowest ever rise and we hope to beat that this year. Residents are already paying through the nose with everything else so if we can help reduce the burden then we will.”

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