Mayor of Bristol, George Ferguson, has scrapped plans to shut down 22 public toilets across the city, following a public consultation over which budget cuts should be implemented, a news report in the local media has revealed.
According to the paper, last year, the mayor put forward plans for cuts amounting to £83m from the city council’s budget, which included closing toilets and scrapping bus subsidies. But following a public consultation, nearly 20 of his budget proposals have now been removed or changed.
The council’s budget cuts were reduced from £90m to £83m in November, due to greater tax revenues and changes to government funding.
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