Haringey Borough Council asks public for help to make cuts

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Haringey Borough Council has asked residents what services they treasure most as it faces more cuts to its budget.

The authority is to host a borough-wide discussion about what people love most about Haringey as it considers where council money will be spent in the future.

Residents have been asked to take a survey at www.haringey.gov.uk/next as part of the Haringey: Where Next? consultation

It will be open until Monday, April 7, and comments can also be made via Twitter @haringeycouncil using the hashtag #haringeynext.

Residents are also invited to share their issues and ideas on Monday, March 17, from 7pm to 9pm, at the Original Gallery, at Hornsey Library, in Haringey Park.

Alternatively people can attend a meeting on Wednesday, March 19, from 7pm to 9pm, at Heartlands High School, in Station Road, Wood Green.

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1:42pm Tue 11 Mar 14

N17relic says...

And the meeting in Tottenham to discuss cuts will be .... oh, I see. Colonial administration, much?
And the meeting in Tottenham to discuss cuts will be .... oh, I see. Colonial administration, much? N17relic
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12:14pm Fri 14 Mar 14

ZenithB says...

There's enough known about most of us everywhere for our views to be safely added to it. Besides, it may just be a way of legitimizing its own foregone conclusion by seemingly involving residents in it. The council never thought of soliciting help from residents when it was, for example, a matter of dishing out bonuses. There's no politics nowadays but a refinement of the art of crass hypocrisy on the assumption that we are all idiots.
There's enough known about most of us everywhere for our views to be safely added to it. Besides, it may just be a way of legitimizing its own foregone conclusion by seemingly involving residents in it. The council never thought of soliciting help from residents when it was, for example, a matter of dishing out bonuses. There's no politics nowadays but a refinement of the art of crass hypocrisy on the assumption that we are all idiots. ZenithB
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