Consultation over £2m cut
TAX payers in Gloucester are being asked to help shave an extra £2 million off the city council's budget.
Public consultations are ongoing, with the authority asking residents where the cuts should fall.
People are being asked to fill out a questionnaire to help the council decide.
A spokesman said: "Local councils are expected to cut their spending to help reduce the national budget deficit.
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"This means taking some tough decisions.
"We want to make sure we spend your money on the services that matter most to you.
"To date we have introduced budget savings of £6 million.
"For the year ahead we need to save another £2 million from our £18 million budget."
Questions include whether or not people would support a rise in council tax.
If the rate is frozen, more funding is available from the Government.