More than 500 full-time jobs will be lost by Brighton and Hove City Council. The council plans to save £68m over the next four years.
The proposed measures include stripping out middle management, improving efficiency and a recommended rise in council tax of 1.99%. The proposals would result in the loss of an estimated 540 full-time posts.
The savings come on top of £77m savings already achieved since 2011. The additional savings mean that between 2011 and 2020 the council will have saved £145 million.