Members of the public can comment online during a web cast of the meeting.
Devon County Council is to discuss its new budget for 2012/13.
A special joint meeting of the council’s scrutiny committees is to be held on Monday (January 30) and follows three public meetings held this week to go over the draft budget.
Members of the public can view a webcast of the discussions and comment online.
The council have had to reduce its spending as part of the Government’s Comprehensive Spending Review, which reduces council funding by 28 per cent over four years.
In 2012/13, �14.6 million has been cut from Devon’s grant.
The chairman of the joint scrutiny committee (Budget) meeting, Councillor Brian Greenslade, said: “This is an important part of the democratic budget setting process where non executive councillors of all groups have the opportunity to consider the cabinet’s recommendations and make references to the cabinet before they finally consider the budget for 2012/13.”
- 1 Proposals for new solar farm off land near A30
- 2 Dalwood country fair this August
- 3 Dog show to raise vital funds for Devon Air Ambulance and Blue Cross
- 4 Man attacks seagull with cricket bat in Lyme Regis
- 5 Property of the Week: Maroc House, Lyme Regis
- 6 Dracula at Seaton - something to sink your teeth into this summer
- 7 'Risk of injury' - Aldi recalls product due to safety fears
- 8 Green flag award for four East Devon parks
- 9 Man released on bail after Dunkeswell accident
- 10 Tigers roar in brilliant start to the football season
The recommendations will then be discussed by the full council on February 16.