Households told to expect council tax rise
COUNCIL tax bills in Hull are set to rise by 1.9 per cent from April.
The city council's ruling Labour group has unveiled the expected increase as part of its annual budget proposals.
If confirmed, it would end a three-year freeze on council tax bills in Hull. The budget also includes plans to shut Anlaby Park library in west Hull and three customer service centres as well as end funding support for three motor-based youth projects in the city.
At least 240 staff will see their posts disappear in a shake-up of so-called 'back office' jobs at the council while others will be encouraged to apply for voluntary redundancy.
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