Have your say on the proposed £92million cuts to county council services at the first roadshow event on Monday.
Warwickshire County Council’s Let’s Talk public engagement programme will kick off at Kenilworth Library on October 21 between 3pm and 5.30pm.
The council must make cuts of £92million of cuts over the next four years and is calling for input from residents before decisions are made.
Members will discuss options over the next few months before a final budget is set in February.
Cllr Secombe, deputy leader Cllr Alan Cockburn, and members of cabinet will use the public sessions to answer questions and to hear feedback on what people think should be prioritised in the decision making process.
Cllr Cockburn reminded that it was not a public consultation on the cuts, but a chance to hear views which will be taken on board.
The ‘Let’s Talk’ public engagement programme will visit towns across the county over the next fortnight to address the budget issues being faced and more dates are set to be announced.
The council will also “share information about the savings challenge” as it becomes available in the lead up to formal budget announcements in February 2014.
The first date was announced by the council on Thursday October 17.
Anyone unable to attend a roadshow can email firstname.lastname@example.org with their views and ideas.