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Glasgow City Council is once again inviting people to take part in budget conversations to discuss the financial challenge facing the city.  They want to continue that discussion with you and have launched an online consultation and they will be holding three events for invited representatives of community groups.

The Council is expected to have to save around £33 million during the next financial year following the settlement figures from the Scottish Government. They are already working on ways to close that spending gap and the conversations in previous budgets have been important in identifying areas where the Council can do things differently, what services people value and what role the community can play.

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scotsmoneyGlaswegians are being asked for their views on how best to deliver and pay for local services.

The city council has launched the next phase of a wide-ranging budget conversation, which began earlier this year.

The consultation – which will take place primarily online, but will also include a series of meetings with representatives of community organisations – will run until mid-October.

Responses and ideas raised by citizens will be fed into the budget-setting process for the next financial year, 2017/18.

The city’s budget for local services remains under substantial pressure – with the council expected to find savings of £130 million over a two-year period.

However, the consultation doesn’t simply ask citizens to help identify savings; but also the services they value and how they can best be delivered in their communities.

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