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PUBLISHED: 10:30 22 February 2007 | UPDATED: 15:01 12 May 2010

Residents in Royston were told to expect a 10 per cent increase in rates – meaning a rise of about £18 more a year. The increase was due to be approved despite cuts in North Herts District Council s budget. Herts County Council had given the go-ahead for

Residents in Royston were told to expect a 10 per cent increase in rates - meaning a rise of about £18 more a year.

The increase was due to be approved despite cuts in North Herts District Council's budget.

Herts County Council had given the go-ahead for an 18 per cent rise for ratepayers.

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