Residents of Epsom and Ewell asked about savings plan

Residents are being asked their views on how a local authority should make £1.5m of savings over the next three years.

Epsom and Ewell Borough Council said it had to make "some very difficult decisions".

It wants residents to take part in an online survey, which shows how much it currently spends on services.

Alternatively, suggestion boxes are available at libraries, community centres and the town hall.

Neil Dallen, who chairs the strategy and resources committee at the Residents' Association-run council, said he wanted residents to "engage in the tough process of making difficult decisions".

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