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The council says it needs to prioritise its spending as it deals with the impact of the public sector cuts.
Cabinet member Councillor David Dixon said: "The council's drive to make back office financial savings and become more efficient is able to protect many of those services people that tell us are important, like providing care packages for vulnerable older people, maintaining weekly bin collections, and freezing charges in our car parks.
"We are also able to support communities with some of the things they think are important, for example maintaining funding for the 6/7 bus service and free parking for Larkhall and keeping the library and dedicated street sweeper for Weston.
"But to also make our budget balance, keep council tax as low as possible, and invest in important regeneration projects, we must consider how all services are provided in the future. This particularly means those we are under no statutory duty to provide, such as public toilets, and sometimes making difficult decisions. The council has set out our proposals on public toilets which would see 13 facilities kept and improved."
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