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Fire Authority Announces Council Tax

12th February 2014

North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Authority met today to agree the budget for the 2014-15 financial year.

As part of this meeting, approval was given for a council tax increase of 1.99%. Although an increase of 4% and no increase were considered, under Government policy 1.99% was the highest percentage increase that the Authority could set without the need for a referendum.  For the average council tax payer (Valuation Band D) this means they will pay an extra £1.23 a year.

The reports considered by the Fire Authority can be viewed here; http://www.northyorksfire.gov.uk/about-us/key-documents/committee-papers/fire-authority/cfa_2014/

 

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