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In the Chancellor's Final Budget a number of local councils were granted more financial power to spark infrastructure spending in the regions.

As a result of this announcement, Cheshire East has been named as one of these "Northern Powerhouses" and will be able to keep the extra revenue created by any new developments or new businesses that move into the area.

That means unlike Chester West and Chester Council (CWaC), Cheshire East will have a huge pot of money to pay for all the things that CWaC has failed to do in Tarvin such as filling pot-holes, clearing litter from the highways, replacing bus shelters, and solving the parking problems.

Therefore Tarvinonline suggests we start a petition to vote to move to Cheshire East with immediate effect, we wouldn't even have to change the name of the Chief Executive as the CE's of both Councils is Mike Jones!

If you wish to join the petition sign on at

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