Hertsmere Borough Council reveals service costs

The council has revealed how much their services cost residents in Hertsmere.

Hertsmere Borough Council revealed in its annual financial report that residents in band D houses paid £157 for council services in 2012/13.

The service costing the most was environmental waste and recycling, which cost £46 a year.

The full report can be found on the council’s website.

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3:05pm Sun 15 Dec 13

Phil Cox (UKIP) says...

Is that how much it costs or how much they are charged?
Is that how much it costs or how much they are charged? Phil Cox (UKIP)

6:31pm Sun 15 Dec 13

trebleywebley says...

The full report can be found on the council's website
The full report can be found on the council's website trebleywebley

8:01pm Sun 15 Dec 13

Phil Cox (UKIP) says...

Thank you, it was quite easy to find.
Thank you, it was quite easy to find. Phil Cox (UKIP)

8:05pm Sun 15 Dec 13

Nascot says...

Phil Cox (UKIP) wrote:
Is that how much it costs or how much they are charged?
Same old Phil Cox (UKIP) and his desire to be the first. Commenting without research.
[quote][p][bold]Phil Cox (UKIP)[/bold] wrote: Is that how much it costs or how much they are charged?[/p][/quote]Same old Phil Cox (UKIP) and his desire to be the first. Commenting without research. Nascot

10:48am Mon 16 Dec 13

not a regular says...

trebleywebley wrote:
The full report can be found on the council's website
The WO should really link to it though.
[quote][p][bold]trebleywebley[/bold] wrote: The full report can be found on the council's website[/p][/quote]The WO should really link to it though. not a regular

6:06pm Mon 16 Dec 13

Phil Cox (UKIP) says...

Not a regular thinks the WO should be more informative in their reports.

Nascot thinks we should all go and research the report ourselves.

I'm with No a Regular on this one. Life's too short.
Not a regular thinks the WO should be more informative in their reports. Nascot thinks we should all go and research the report ourselves. I'm with No a Regular on this one. Life's too short. Phil Cox (UKIP)

8:08pm Mon 16 Dec 13

Nascot says...

Phil Cox (UKIP) wrote:
Not a regular thinks the WO should be more informative in their reports. Nascot thinks we should all go and research the report ourselves. I'm with No a Regular on this one. Life's too short.
Too short to even read the (7 line) story where it says; The full report can be found on the council’s website?
[quote][p][bold]Phil Cox (UKIP)[/bold] wrote: Not a regular thinks the WO should be more informative in their reports. Nascot thinks we should all go and research the report ourselves. I'm with No a Regular on this one. Life's too short.[/p][/quote]Too short to even read the (7 line) story where it says; The full report can be found on the council’s website? Nascot

9:15am Tue 17 Dec 13

not a regular says...

Nascot wrote:
Phil Cox (UKIP) wrote: Not a regular thinks the WO should be more informative in their reports. Nascot thinks we should all go and research the report ourselves. I'm with No a Regular on this one. Life's too short.
Too short to even read the (7 line) story where it says; The full report can be found on the council’s website?
I actually struggled to find it. Still, why would you as a content producer for a website, not use the things that the web was built on... a hyperlink.

Or should all of the people reading this article all have to google hertsmere council to find what they're after?
[quote][p][bold]Nascot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Phil Cox (UKIP)[/bold] wrote: Not a regular thinks the WO should be more informative in their reports. Nascot thinks we should all go and research the report ourselves. I'm with No a Regular on this one. Life's too short.[/p][/quote]Too short to even read the (7 line) story where it says; The full report can be found on the council’s website?[/p][/quote]I actually struggled to find it. Still, why would you as a content producer for a website, not use the things that the web was built on... a hyperlink. Or should all of the people reading this article all have to google hertsmere council to find what they're after? not a regular

9:42am Tue 17 Dec 13

Phil Cox (UKIP) says...

not a regular wrote:
Nascot wrote:
Phil Cox (UKIP) wrote: Not a regular thinks the WO should be more informative in their reports. Nascot thinks we should all go and research the report ourselves. I'm with No a Regular on this one. Life's too short.
Too short to even read the (7 line) story where it says; The full report can be found on the council’s website?
I actually struggled to find it. Still, why would you as a content producer for a website, not use the things that the web was built on... a hyperlink. Or should all of the people reading this article all have to google hertsmere council to find what they're after?
It was not obvious where to find it on the website and it did take a little time to find. You are absolutely right that a link would have made all the difference and should have been included in the WO story.

I do find asking questions is often the quickest way to get an answer though as other readers are often helpful and know the answer or where to find it quickly, even if at times some politicians and their party sympathisers will try to mislead with their answers.
[quote][p][bold]not a regular[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nascot[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Phil Cox (UKIP)[/bold] wrote: Not a regular thinks the WO should be more informative in their reports. Nascot thinks we should all go and research the report ourselves. I'm with No a Regular on this one. Life's too short.[/p][/quote]Too short to even read the (7 line) story where it says; The full report can be found on the council’s website?[/p][/quote]I actually struggled to find it. Still, why would you as a content producer for a website, not use the things that the web was built on... a hyperlink. Or should all of the people reading this article all have to google hertsmere council to find what they're after?[/p][/quote]It was not obvious where to find it on the website and it did take a little time to find. You are absolutely right that a link would have made all the difference and should have been included in the WO story. I do find asking questions is often the quickest way to get an answer though as other readers are often helpful and know the answer or where to find it quickly, even if at times some politicians and their party sympathisers will try to mislead with their answers. Phil Cox (UKIP)

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