Nearly £1 million was allocated for repairs to roads damaged by recent bad weather.
The meeting was told the final bill could reach £2 million.The Council is also going to introduce a "living wage" for its staff from April and freeze its portion of Council tax for another year.
Last night, 13 February, Cumbria County Council agreed on £24m in cuts this year.
It comes as they have to save £90m over the next three years.
The Council did make modifications to six of its original budget proposals. To find out more you can visit their website.
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