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Increase in Lincolnshire council tax by 1.99% will help pay for schools improvements and new roads

Lincolnshire County Council is proposing a 1.99 per cent increase in its share of the council tax bill but says it will invest £200m in infrastructure and building projects.

It has a proposed budget of just over £500m for day to day services, including more than £200m for adult care, over £75m for children's social care, almost £23m for highways, and around £20m for the fire service and emergency planning.

The £200m investment would be for improvements to local schools and new roads.

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