LARGE LEVY INCREASE IN LAURENTIAN VALLEY BUDGET
5/18/2017 8:59:42 AM


The 2017 municipal budget for the township of Laurentian Valley has been finalized. According to a report in the Pembroke Daily Observer, for residential taxpayers, the tax impact results in an increase of $27.25 per $100,000 assessment. The 2017 general budget revealed a significant levy increase of 8.6 per cent, representing $358,623, which is much higher than 2016's 2.9 per cent levy. Other highlights in the budget also include a joint construction project with the Town of Petawawa for a portion of Achray Road, the rehabilitation project of Cheryl Street which will include road base and storm sewer work, wastewater, storm sewer and water projects on Joe Street, Roy Street and several recreation projects including the rink boards at Alice and Fraser Recreation Centre.
   

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