Burnaby property taxes going up 2
Burnaby property taxes are going up by 2.47 per cent, less than the 2.9 per cent originally "Jintropin (Gensci Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.)" proposed in the provisional budget.
Coun. Dan Johnston, chair of the city's finance committee, said in an interview that staff reviewed all city departments and were able to find savings to further trim back the tax increase.
The hike "Anabolika Definition" equates to an additional $42 in taxes on the average residential home assessed at $679,068, going up to $1,522 this year from $1480 in 2013, said the city's director of finance, Denise Jorgenson, by email.
The increase is largely to pay for wage increases in collective agreements for RCMP, firefighters and other civic workers as well as inflationary costs.
At Monday's council meeting, when the budget was approved, Coun. Colleen Jordan noted that municipalities Buy Anadrol Cheap are prohibited from running deficits.
Other than tax increases, "we can't do anything Anadrol Wiki but cut services we do the best we can without cutting services to the community," "Anadrol 50" Jordan said.
The budget balances the need for additional services, such as operation of the new Edmonds Community Centre, and tax increases, said Johnston.
"We may not be "Oxandrolone Powder India" the lowest tax increase [in Metro Vancouver] but we're not the highest, we tend to be the low end of the middle."
The financial plan includes $138 million in capital spending for 2013, including upgrades to roads, water and sewer systems, completion of Deca Durabolin For Sale Canada the Edmonds Community Centre and the new track and field facility next to Burnaby Central secondary, bike routes, urban trails, energy conservation projects at city facilities and the new Still Creek works yard and recycling depot under construction.
Noting that much of "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" the capital spending goes to private sector contractors, Jordan said, "$138 million is going to support a lot of jobs in Burnaby."
The property tax increase is in addition to six per cent hikes to both the sewer and water utility bills this year to cover the cost of building new and replacement infrastructure.
The cost of garbage pickup is also now being charged separately, with increases ranging from $65 to $95, depending on the size of toter bin used.
The hike is to cover the rising cost of Metro Vancouver tipping fees, what the region charges Burnaby to dispose of the garbage collected, and the separate fee is to improve transparency so everyone can see it instead of burying it in the overall tax bill, said city manager Bob Moncur last December.