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Residents of the London Borough of Enfield have until 30 January to register their views about the Council's 2013/2014 budget.  A page on the Council website sets the context for its spending plans, while a more detailed document can be downloaded.  This lists how the Council responded to the its residents' views on how it could save money in the current financial year and what its priorities should be, before going on to outline the ways that the Council intend to make savings over the next five years to deal with continuing cutbacks in central government funding and increasing demands for some council services.  The document then asks residents for their views on the proposed savings measures and, finally, asks them to indicate their three highest priorities for council services.

Residents can either print out the document and return it by post, or alternatively answer the same questions online.

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