Councillors said no to a development charge credit extension for Valery Homes, recentralized some internal City support services, and heard from their auditor on proposed changes to reserve fund accounting.
Council’s AF&A Committee meets to decide on the request of a citizen in regards to a “personal property tax concern”, extending $1.67-million in development charge credits for the Centre on Barton, and a legal report on the requirements for a binding municipal referendum.
Live video starts at 9:30am
Financial updates, hiring a part-time joint Lobbyist and Integrity Commissioner, and $300,000 less in gas tax funding are among the items for the first AF&A meeting of the new Council term.
Live video Monday at 9:30am.