Will Aczel and Ayla by a former bin site on Old Tiverton Rd, Exeter.

For a Public Consultation on Labour's Rubbish Cuts

Labour's reckless spending mean they are cutting the street cleansing budget by 15% (£237,000). This includes removing a quarter of litter and dog poo bins. Bins are already sparse, litter rampant, and street cleansing service stretched. This will only make our city dirtier.

The Labour Council want a public consultation on uncontroversial proposals to give young care leavers a council tax discount. Yet they refuse one on cutting a service that affects everyone. It's only right people get a say over changes to their local area and the Labour Council hear the impacts of their cuts.

For a Public Consultation on Labour's Rubbish Cuts

Sign your name to tell Labour-run Exeter City Council that your voice matters.

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