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Street repairs, new rec facility in Martensville budget

Martensville City Council adopted the 2019 budget for the city at a meeting on Tuesday, February 19

Residential property taxes in Martensville will rise about 3.98 per cent, on average, in 2019.

That translates into an average increase for homeowners of about $6.49 per month or $77.91 per year.

The average increase in business property taxes in 2019 will be about 5 or 6 per cent.

Martensville City Council adopted the city’s 2019 annual budget at its regular meeting on Tuesday, February 19. The balanced budget is based on $14.6 million in total revenues and an equal amount in total expenditures. Continue reading “Street repairs, new rec facility in Martensville budget”

Kevin Tooley seeks Sask Party nomination

Kevin Tooley

Warman City Councillor, Kevin Tooley, has been approved as a candidate for Saskatchewan Party nomination for the Martensville-Warman constituency for the 2020 provincial election. Continue reading “Kevin Tooley seeks Sask Party nomination”

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