Clowne, Whitwell & Creswell: Last chance for residents to have their say on Derbyshire County Council proposals

Derbyshire County Council

Derbyshire County Council

Have your say

Derbyshire residents have until Friday and Saturday to have their say on two County Council consultations to help the authority deal with £157 million budget cuts.

The consultation about possible changes to the way street lights across Derbyshire are maintained closes on Friday (8th August) while and the deadline for comments about proposals to change the council’s mobile library service is Saturday (9th August).

The possible street light changes that residents are being asked for their views on are only replacing failed light bulbs in priority locations, deciding which locations should be priority locations, investing in LED light bulbs and dimming LED light bulbs in some locations at night.


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