£3.7m cost of spring snow for Welsh councils
Snowstorms in Wales last March cost councils an extra £3.7m, it has been revealed.
Some local authorities were forced to dip into cash reserves to meet the bills and Flintshire alone had to find £1.15m.
The Welsh government also rejected requests from a number of councils to help fund the extra spending, BBC Wales has learned.
Officials said it was up to councils to deal with emergencies and plan ahead.
Chris Dearden reports.
11 Dec 2013
- From the section Wales