Deputations will be talking about twinning the rec centre rink, water meters and bridge repairs this morning at Kenora's city hall. It's all part of the debate, as the city prepares to pass their 2019 budget.
From the city's perspective, they're looking to raise an additional 3.55 per cent, which represents an increase of about $900,000 on a tax levy of about $25 million.
A middle-of-the-pack home valued at $175,500 paid an extra $52 last year on a bill worth $2,443 or a 2.6 per cent increase over 2017.
The committee of the whole starts at 9 a.m. in council chambers.
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