The District of 100 Mile House council is holding a public consultation meeting to discuss its upcoming five-year financial plan tonight (April 13) at 7 p.m. in the council chambers.
The plan will cover the years from 2011–2015 and public input is sought.
Taxpayers will find out the expected affects on property taxation and how their dollars might be put to use over the next five years, as well as getting some information on the numerous other aspects of the District of 100 Mile House finances.
Mayor Mitch Campsall says it is “just a plan” intended to provide basic guidelines to the district, and it will be on hand for people to review and have their questions answered.
“We want the public to have input on all this. It’s not written in stone.”