HOUSEHOLDS in Conwy county will see a rise in their Council Tax bills, after members meet to discuss the authority's budget.
At a meeting of the full Council yesterday (Thursday), members supported the budget for the 2013/14 financial year, and agreed to a 3.88 per cent rise in Council Tax.
The Council Tax for Band D properties - the base on which the Council Tax for properties in all other bands is calculated - will rise by £34.32 to £918.93 per year.
Cllr Dave Cowans, Cabinet Member for Finance and Resources, said: "To prepare this budget for 2013/14, Conwy Members and Officers have identified £5.1m in savings through efficiencies, with no reduction in the level of front line services provided."
For more on this story, see next week's edition of the North Wales Pioneer, out on Wednesday, February 27.