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'Years of cuts have made libraries and youth services luxuries,' says Deepings county councillor

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Investment is desperately needed in our county to make up for years of cuts - according to an opposition councillor.

Lincolnshire County County says it has made £354 million of corporate savings since 2011 - and yet still expects to face a £23 million shortfall in the next four years.

It has drawn up budget plans for 2022/23 which would see a 3% rise in council tax to try to help address a £13.5 million adult social care cost pressure - but is still fighting to try to claw back the £12 million plus cut from its highways maintenance fund.

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