Council bosses in Leicestershire have warned people will see "major changes" in the coming years thanks to £110million of budget cuts.
Finance chief and deputy leader at the county council, Byron Rhodes, said while they had been "guided" by a public consultation, the scale of the cuts needed had forced their hand in some areas.
We have to save money due to a reduced government grant. At the same time, we have increased demand for certain services such as adult social care.
Our savings have been guided by the consultation results but, given the scale of the challenge, we can’t spare all the services that people wanted to see protected.
We simply cannot afford to run services the same way as we have in the past. It’s inevitable that the public will notice major changes.
We have to concentrate on caring for the most vulnerable people and that means saving money from other services, which have to take a lower priority.
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