Crowland town leaders ask for 'ruthless' approach to spending decisions
Crowland Parish Council will be operating on a tighter budget for the coming year after a call from its chairman to be "ruthless" on spending.
The loss of hire fees from the Snowden Pavilion and Playing Fields site, used by Crowland Town Football Club, and parish rooms, in Hall Street, has left the council's financial position "tight".
Despite a 29 per cent rise in precept, from £81,371 in 2019-20 to £105,000 this year, parish council chairman Coun David Kempton asked members to look at ways of saving money.
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