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Cannock Chase Council will be placing a new recycling sticker on all of the blue recycling bins in the District over the next few weeks.
Cannock Chase Council and Stafford Borough Council have announced plans to make it easier for people on low wages or benefits to apply for help with their Council Tax. The councils are asking for opinions about their plans to bring in a Banded Discount Scheme from April 2020.
Cannock Chase Council’s Cabinet agreed at its meeting last night to recommend to full Council an increase of 1.95% in its Council Tax for 2019-20.
Cannock Chase Council’s Cabinet is set to recommend a 1.95% increase in council tax, which equates to 6 pence per household per week, in order to protect future front line services in the District.
Cannock Chase Council’s no food waste campaign starts next week, informing residents that food waste is no longer accepted in the brown bin.
Cannock residents are reminded to understand the importance of putting the right item in the right bin after another load of dry recycling was rejected on Tuesday this week due to contamination.
Amanda Milling MP has welcomed the Chancellor’s Summer Budget and its measures to boost employment, along with new figures showing that the number of people in Cannock Chase claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance has fallen by 1,692 since 2010 - a 69% drop.
Cannock Chase Council is spreading the message to residents in the District that ‘Recycling isn’t rubbish’ in a campaign launched this month.
It is estimated over 80% of the door locks fitted in Cannock can be bypassed / broken within seconds to gain entry to you home. The lock barrels can easily be changed which deters would be burglars and offers greater protection for your home. you may have a sturdy door, but with the wrong lock it's useless. Which locks do you have...?
Jeanette Birch has recently joined the team at Dunham Guest & Lyons Solicitors in the Family Department.
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