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City View

Book Review   by:SM THOMPSON     Original Author: Southampton City Council
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City View magazine - your magazine from Southampton City Council has information on:

Future Southampton
Digital city
Your money
Less toot toot more cheap cheap
The green travel birds are here
Benefits changes
Road radar
Your councillors
Latest news on changes to your city

A letter from Councillor Richard Williams:
Leader of Southampton City Council:

While times are tough - it is also an exciting time to be in Southampton - in this issue of City View we preseent Southampton Festival, our celebration of the fantastic musical talent on our doorstep which is set to be the first of many such events

We also tell you our plans to face the spending challenges for this year and the years to come - find out how we are developing a city that will continue to provide jobs, attract investors and improve the areas many of us live in. We reveal how we are creatig opportunities for young people to become apprentices and how we are helping local entrepreneurs start up businesses in these difficult times.

As welll as supporting others we are continually finding ways to use technology to work smarter and deliver you value: read on Southampton:

This is very much a council with a focus on sustainability in resources skills and jobs: Our sustainable travel initiatives show how as a city we are always thinking about how our actions today will affect the future. Our - aim is to do the right things now that will continue to deliver well into the future: This letter is from
Richard Williams: Councillor Richard Williams: Leader of Southampton City Council:

HAVE YOUR SAY ON HEALTH
Southampton's draft joint Health and wellbeing Strategy has been published: The priorities are:
Support for vulnerable: Reduce harm to individuals and society cuase by drink and drugs: Education: Employment or people falling out of work due to ill health: Reducing admissions to hospital for mental or physical diseases which are preventable: Old age and health: Housing and health: Great work pays UP!
Published: August 30, 2012   
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