The mayor of Middlesbrough, Ray Mallon, has put forward 109 recommendations for cuts across the town.
They are part of savings of almost 73 million pounds that the council has to make from 2011 to 2016 as part of the government cuts.
He estimates almost 1000 jobs will have been lost in the process.
Among the recommendations:
- Children centres & youth support service teams to merge, saving £500,000
- Operating costs of school meals & catering services reduced, saving £50,000
- School clothing grants to be stopped, saving £13,000
- Dial-a-Ride service to be stopped for people with difficulties using public transport, saving £60,000
Ray Mallon told ITV News:
"These cuts are too deep, too quick and too savage but in the last two years this council has saved something like £28m and over the next 3-4 years we've got to save another £45m.
"And as far as job losses are concerned up to now we've cut something like 450 jobs and by the time we've finished with this process we're probably going to get nearer to a thousand."
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