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DENBIGHSHIRE MAY CUT RUBBISH COLLECTIONS IN FACE OF DEFICITS

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A cash crisis at Denibighshire Council has put weekly refuse collections under threat, according to the Daily Post ...
A cash crisis at Denibighshire Council has put weekly refuse collections under threat, according to the Daily Post (2 October, p11).

Plans to cut collections to once every one-and-a-half or two weeks are being considered under savings plans going to next week's full council meeting.

The cutback would save the authority up to£40,000 in a full year and perhaps£10,000 this year.

Members will also be asked to consider closing one of the civic amenity sites at Rhyl, Prestatyn, Denbigh, Ruthin, Llangollen or Corwen.

Director of finance Nigel Thomas says figures show a projected deficit next March of£3.25m.
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