Cambridgeshire County Council is considering changing needs-assessed charges for adult social care, which could cost a combined £2 million for service users.
The county's roads are ready for winter and the council is ready for the worst forecasts according to the chair of the highways committee.
Highways maintenance workers will wear body cameras in Cambridgeshire to protect staff from aggressive motorists.
The King's Dyke crossing will go ahead on the same route but with a new contractor after Kier's costs spiralled.
Five centres offering support for Cambridgeshire's most vulnerable have had their funding reduced by the county council.