Monmouthshire County Council is consulting residents and local organisations about how it proposes to improve services in the year ahead.
Each year the council publishes an Improvement Plan. It is now asking people for views on some of the things in the plan before the cabinet debates it next month.
Tracey Harry, Head of Improvement at the council said: “This plan describes the council’s priorities and some of the things we will be working on to improve services for local people. The current economic climate means that we have to change the way we deliver services. So we’re increasingly collaborating with public, private and voluntary organisations to make the best use of money and get the best results for local people.”
The plan describes six areas that the council will be working on in 2011/12 including joining up health and social care services, improving learning opportunities through the 21st century schools programme and focusing on economic development.