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The Argus chose ten key areas of the budget proposals to find out which ones our readers think should be treated as a priority in the budget.
The final budget proposals will be decided by a meeting of the full council on February 23. Before then the cabinet will consider responses to a consultation exercise on its proposals on Friday, January 20. These responses will inform the final draft of the Green's budget proposals, which will go to their cabinet meeting on February 9.
The budget proposed by cabinet with any amendments will then be discussed by all councillors on February 23, where the final decision will be made.
- Libraries – Libraries at the cutting edge, Brighton mobile library closure hits vulnerable.
- The music service – Please listen say Brighton and Hove musicians
- Public toilets – Council rethink on closure of toilets
- Road maintenance – Street signs and markings could fade away due to cuts
- Bin collections and street cleaning – Cuts to cleaning will have a visible impact
- Community groups (including City in Bloom and sports groups)
- Children's centres and support – The most painful cuts
- Council tax freeze – Brighton and Hove along in going for increase
- The number plate on the mayor’s car – 'Selling the family silver' accusation at Brighton and Hove City Council