Penetanguishene residents will see their tax bills hold steady in 2018.
Council approved a $10-million operating budget and $14-million capital budget in late November.
This budget comes with a 1.96 per cent tax increase for the town portion of the tax bill. Once the provincial and county components are worked in, the overall tax increase will come in around zero per cent.
“Our objective was to provide a budget that maintains service levels that our residents enjoy. This was done through staff recommendation, councils review and direction and public input through the town’s online budget consultation survey,” said Deputy Mayor Anita Dubeau.
By far the biggest expense in the budget is the $10.8 million for the Main…