Messages 31 January
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Cabinet recommends raising Council Tax by 5.99% to cope with rising need for services Get Surrey, BBC Surrey
Cabinet approves School Organisation Plan Surrey needs to provide 11,000 extra school places over the next five years but Government funding falls significantly short of the amount needed to do this.
Introduction of car parking charges at some rural car parks. Unprecedented financial pressures mean tough decisions have to be made and implementing charges will preserve and improve Surrey’s countryside Get Surrey
The councils with the most unfilled potholes revealed. More than 100,000 potholes on local roads that have been reported to Britain’s councils currently remain unfixed, as authorities buckle under a lack of government funding.


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Here’s the latest update on the work being done in #Epsom to reduce #congestion and improve the town centre’s appearance



Surrey has one of the largest numbers of Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children in the country. Last year the issue led to an unexpected cost of millions of pounds for local taxpayers.



A memorial candle lit at County Hall to mark a ceremony for #HolocaustMemorialDay…



With road surface temperatures forecast to fall below #freezing tonight the #Surrey fleet of gritters will be out across the county later



Read about Surrey County Council’s work with young carers in @LGAcomms report #YoungCarersAwarenessDay



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