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Calderdale

a unitary authority in N England, in West Yorkshire. Pop.: 193 200 (2003 est.). Area: 364 sq. km (140 sq. miles)
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Jez Tweed (left), of Calderdale Council, |with Debbie Story, of Sleigh and Story, and Dru Widdowson,of Orchard Energy at the first 6C roadshow held in Brighouse |Jez Tweed (left), of Calderdale Council, |with Debbie Story, of Sleigh and Story, and Dru Widdowson,of Orchard Energy at the first 6C roadshow held in Brighouse
Calderdale Labour Group has hailed the news, saying that Calderdale Council desired 93 per cent of premises to have access to superfast broadband (of over 24 Mbps) and deliver at least two Mbps to every home and business by 2015/16.
Calderdale Council said anyone dropping litter has the choice of paying an on-the-spot fine of pounds 50 or challenging the fixed-penalty notice in court.
Calderdale Council leader Tim Swift said: "Faith groups have an important role to play in their communities.
Now Kirklees and Calderdale Councils are working with the three other West Yorkshire authorities to develop plans to tackle the problem.
Clr Tim Swift, leader of Calderdale Council, said: "I'm delighted by the response to 'Your Council, Your Voice' and I'd like to thank everyone who took part in the consultation.
However, neither Kirklees Council nor Calderdale Council had anything like the greatest number of council officers earning six-figure salaries in West Yorkshire.
Organisations attending will include Calderdale Council, Calderdale Credit Union, Calderdale College, Citizens Advice Bureau and the Department for Work and Pensions.
Calderdale Council has found new families for many children looking for a loving home but there is a shortage of adoptive parents coming forward for children over four, which reflects the regional and national situation.
uk/yourbudget or collect a questionnaire from a Calderdale Council library, town hall, museum or sports centre.
The new scheme has been launched by Calderdale Council and Orchard Energy, who have already negotiated a plan to purchase directly from energy companies to provide business users some of the lowest priced energy in the UK.
A Calderdale Council spokesman said that the move allows them to reduce the number of buildings it operates from, resulting in efficiencies and cost savings.