Rutland County Council has admitted improvements to children’s services have not happened quickly enough.
Rutland residents will have to shell out an extra £68 on their council tax bill if budget proposals go through.
A packed council meeting heard two controversial planning applications.
Work to repair an historic bridge will finally begin on Monday.
Planning permission is being sought to change the use of the former Angel Inn in Oundle.
A local education authority has said it is sceptical of government plans for higher funding.
Repair work to the Grade Two listed North Bridge in Oundle has been further delayed because of planning issues.
Ofsted found some looked-after children living in unsafe accommodation and other care-leavers becoming homeless.
Councillors all voted against application.
Coun Oliver Hemsley re-elected as leader.
Relief for leader Oliver Hemsley.
Report will be discussed at meeting on Tuesday
Richard Alderman resigned in February after admitting posting offensive social media messages
Rutland County Council is planning to significantly increase charges across its burial service
The National Trust has had its plans for Lyveden Manor near Oundle approved