The proposals will be put before the council’s policy and resources committee at its meeting via Skype on Thursday (December 10).
Council tax bills in Argyll and Bute will go up by 4.5 per cent in April – but some of the authority’s most controversial cost-cutting plans will not be going ahead.
Argyll and Bute Health and Social Care Partnership’s Head of Finance and Transformation Judy Orr has warned that resources available to the authority are declining in real terms year on year and it ‘cannot simply continue to provide the same services in the same ways’.
The council meet to set its own budget next Thursday, February 27.
Councillors voted in favour of a public consultation to seek views on service priorities
Two services at risk of high proposed cuts are community learning and development as well as pupil support assistants.