Council tax for fire service frozen for a fourth year

Council tax for fire service frozen for a fourth year

Council tax for fire service frozen for a fourth year

First published in Echo News

TAXPAYERS will pay 17p a day next year for their fire service.

Essex County Fire and Rescue Service has frozen council tax for a fourth year, following a decision by the Essex Fire Authority today.
 

It means a band D household will continue to pay £66.42 a year for the fire service in 2014/15.
 

A spokesman for the service said: “Prudential financial management means the service is able to keep the council tax at the same rate set in 2010.”
 

 

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6:04pm Wed 12 Feb 14

Living the La Vida Legra says...

Sorry but my wallet is on Strike,due to an on going dispute over pensions the size of LCD TV
Sorry but my wallet is on Strike,due to an on going dispute over pensions the size of LCD TV Living the La Vida Legra
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