Council tax bills frozen in the East Riding for third year running
COUNCIL tax bills in the East Riding are being frozen for the third year running.
The move was confirmed this afternoon at a full meeting of East Riding Council.
It means a band 'D' household in the East Riding will continue to pay £1,212 for council services from April.
Council leader councillor Stephen Parnaby said the authority still faced major financial pressures, with £73m worth of savings needed over the next four years.
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He said: "To accommodate this, we will see our services delivered differently, or from different locations, but our aim is to maintain services wherever it is possible, reasonable and practical."