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South Kesteven District Council may need to raid £2.8m cash reserves to balance books due to Covid-19 pandemic

The district council could have to dip into a £2.8 million cash reserve to balance its books this year due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The situation facing South Kesteven District Council was laid bare at a meeting of its Joint Overview and Scrutiny Committee on Wednesday (August 26).

Expected income from the likes of car parking, markets and arts centres has been slashed almost in half due to the virus, from £6.7m to £3.6m.

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