It is a hold the line budget with very little expense being passed on to taxpayers, says Pouce Coupe mayor Lorraine Michetti about a tax rate that will not increase for 2016. Michetti says the average house can expect to see a marginal increase in their taxes for inflation.
“We talking about $48 a household,” she said.
Adding the tax rate reflects a hold the line budget for 2016.
“We have to start paying and producing our fair share and not relying on provincial funding to be sustainable,“ she said.
Turn to future editions of the Mirror for an in-depth look at both the Pouce tax rate as well a look with Chief Financial Officer Adam Langenmaier at what Pouce’s five-year plan means for both the village and ratepayer.