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Council Leader Seeks Views of Residents

As a result of Tory/Lib Dem cuts to public spending, latest estimates predict that Rhondda Cynon Taf Council faces a budget gap of £30m next year and £70m over the next three years. In response to this, and as part of a commitment to engage more effectively and constructively about the difficult decisions which must be made, the new Leader of the Council, Cllr Andrew Morgan,  is providing residents with the opportunity to submit their ideas on how the Council could make savings and generate more income. Further details, including comments from Cllr Morgan, can be found here and you can submit your suggestions here.

Future of Leisure Services in RCT Decided on by Cabinet

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council's Labour Cabinet met recently to discuss the future of Leisure Services having previously deferred this matter when it was originally presented to them in May to request that further work was carried out.

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Aberaman North By-Election

Labour has held the Aberaman North ward seat after candidate Sheryl Evans emerged victorious following the recent by-election.

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New Council Leader Committed to Engage Effectively Over Tough Choices Ahead

Cllr Andrew Morgan has been elected as Leader of Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council. His appointment was confirmed at a meeting of the Full Council this evening. County Borough Councillor Andrew Morgan, Leader of the Council said: "I am humbled to receive the support of my colleagues to be nominated to become Leader of the Council.  

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New Leader Announces Cabinet

At the Council's AGM this evening, new Leader of the Council, Andrew Morgan, has appointed his Cabinet. Click here for full details

Tributes to Council Leader, Councillor Anthony Christopher

The Leader of the Council, County Borough Councillor Anthony Christopher, has sadly passed away aged 67.   County Borough Councillor Anthony Christopher, Leader of the Council, sadly lost his eleven-year battle with Leukaemia and passed away at Mountain Ash Hospital on Wednesday, May 14.  

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