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Council tax rise kept to a minimum
Aylesbury Vale District Council’s share of the council tax will rise by an average 10 pence a week.
The district council agreed its budget for the next financial year (2007/8) at this week’s full council meeting. This will result in a...
Brown bin scheme under scrutiny
Recommendations about the future of AVDC’s brown bin scheme have been made by the council’s Environment Scrutiny Committee.
A meeting of the committee on 13 February, which was held at the Winslow Centre, examined the strengths of the...
See the new theatre
Visitors to the Buckingham Centre will have the chance to view a model of the new theatre being built in Aylesbury.
The model, together with an animated DVD of the interior, will be displayed at the new one-stop shop in Verney Close on 2 March be...
Better deal on travel
Aylesbury Vale District Council’s concessionary travel scheme for the over 60s and people with disabilities will offer a better deal from 1 April this year.
The council has reduced the charge for travel tokens from £12 to £5 and...
Council seeks independent members for standards committee
Aylesbury Vale District Council is seeking to recruit fair-minded, independent people to join its standards committee.
The job of the standards committee is to promote and maintain the highest ethical standards expected of councillors by the comm...
A chance to get arty!
Young arts and crafts enthusiasts will be able to show off their artistic skills at a free family event in Aylesbury this weekend.
Junior Art Attack is a chance for children and their families to have fun with their imagination making crafts usin...
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