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Stouffville approved a base operating budget of $67,443,950 and capital budget of $26,776,000.
Ontario government yet to explain how they will cover regional and municipal losses.
On March 1st, Council will debate Stouffville’s 2023 budget and decide on necessary tax increases.
Developer James Spratley was permitted by the Chair to participate in Council’s debate after the speaker period had ended. Procedural By-Law 7.9.d states: All registered Delegates and Speakers shall be heard before Council enters into discussion or debate.
The latest shake up in a long history of instability in the CAO office.
Lengthy debate of new Musselman’s Lake wells, 2023 Draft Budgets tabled, and much more.
Town’s benchmarking analysis will inform the 2023 capital and operating budget process beginning March 1st.
Council was within its rights to debate the property purchase during a closed session and adequately reported their decision to acquire the property.
Following the approval of an action plan informed by 12 months of focus groups, public meetings, surveying, and consultations with Indigenous groups, Stouffville will begin budgeting for and incorporating reconciliation recommendations into municipal efforts.
Speed enforcement cameras, reconciliation and engagement plan, whistle cessation for urban rail crossings, pedestrian crossing, Old Elm Major Transit Station Area on 10th Line, subdivision application for the Smart Centres South site.