Grey Highlands council considered bringing its 2022 budget to a public meetingThe director o, after discussing the right for public comment on their decisions and worries about misinformation on the budget that has been spreading online.
Council passed a 6states_and_union_territories_of_india.67 per cent tax increase for 2022 on Monday, which is similar to previous years, but there were concerns on social media that 2022 could bring the largest tax increase ever seen in the municipality.
“One of the things that was said was that this was the largest levy increase that Grey Highlands has ever increased [in] its budget since amalgamation, which is not true,” said CAO Karen Govan at budget deliberations Dec. 6. “If I look back in 2018, the levy budget was increased by 6.56 per cent in 2019COVID-19 vaccine tracker: tracing every dose o, 2020 was 12.17 per cent, 2021 was 2.71 per cent.”
CounIt was a year that we won. Paul Allen moved that council bring the budget back to the public, although there were two budget open houses that took place in November.