RESIDENTS have until the end of today to have their say on Oxfordshire County Council's next budget.

The council published its draft budget for 2020/21 earlier this month, which would see a 3.99 per cent council tax rise for residents – 1.99 per cent plus a further two per cent rise in the precept for adult social care.

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The biggest chunks of the budget include a £30m increase in funding for child and adult social services, £30m for repairs to roads, bridges, drainage and footpaths, an additional £50 million over 10 years for school repairs and new schools, £32 million on an A40 bus lane and park and ride, and £40m over five years for more energy-efficient street lighting.

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