Menai Suspension Bridge, linking Anglesey with the mainland
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Anglesey council to discuss cuts ahead of budget

Public toilets on Anglesey could be closed due to cutbacks by the local council.

Isle of Anglesey council says it is trying to meet "tough financial challenges" which could mean a 5% hike in council tax bills.

Budget proposals have set out how the council will try to save £2.8m in the next financial year.

The council's leader Bryan Owen said he wanted to protect front-line services, but the authority faced "hard choices".

BBC Radio Wales presenter Felicity Evans spoke to cllr Owen.

  • 07 Jan 2013