Walsall residents are being advised that some council services, including school closures could be affected by industrial action on Wednesday, 30 November 2011.
As trade unions across the country stage a day of industrial action, some council services will be closed or run at a much reduced level.
Walsall Council's First Stop Shop in the Civic Centre, Darwall Street will be closed during the national dispute and callers to the council's general enquiries (01922 650000) may experience some delay. Residents seeking information about Revenues can call 0845 111 2851 and the Benefits service on 0845 111 2855.
Residents may see disruptions to their bin collection service. Revised arrangements for bin collections on that day will be communicated via the council website as soon as they are known. People who do not want to wait until the next collection can use
Parents are advised to contact their school directly or visit http://www.walsallcs.com/news/school-closures-2.html to check for school closures.
The council has already confirmed
Updates will be made to
Councillor Chris Towe, cabinet member for finance and personnel at
"Should you experience a problem with your bin collection on Wednesday please visit the council's website or call us on 01922 650000 to check revised arrangements.
"Walsall Council apologises for any inconvenience this may cause our residents, however it is difficult to provide a comprehensive and fully accurate prediction of the impact this may have on our services," he added.
"Residents can still access council information and a range of services via our website www.walsall.gov.uk."