Kent County Council faces £239m budget cuts
Kent County Council has said it needs to save an additional £239m by 2018, following the latest settlement from the government.
It said it would look at a "complete transformation" across the council following the 10% cut in its budget.
The Conservative-led authority said it would continue to look for efficiency savings.
Gordon Cowan, leader of the Labour group said front line services were under threat.
He said: "What front line services have had over the last three years is drastic cuts to them.
"They're now on the bone.
"Now because of the 10% [reduction] from central government that means that they will disappear."
A council spokesman said: "We will continue to look for efficiencies but we also need to look at complete transformation across the council - and with real pace.
"We will focus our investment on what matters most to our residents and businesses."
In May, Paul Carter, leader of the council, said up to £40m could be saved from the adult social care budget without services being affected.
He said the savings would come from a reduction in administration tasks being undertaken by office staff.