Three Rivers

With a potential budget deficit of more than $300,000, Three Rivers councillors reached consensus last week on a proposed recreation tax of 10 cents per $100 of assessment on commercial properties and two cents for non-commercial.

Staff calculated this tax would generate $240,000 in revenue, including $90,000 for the 10-cent commercial tax and $150,000 for non-commercial.

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