Augusta Township Will See a Modest Tax Increase in 2017
Property owners residing in the Augusta Township will see a rise in taxes this year.
This past Friday (February 24th) township council approved the 2017 budget which will see a 2.5% increase on the municipal portion of the bill this year.
The entire budget will see the town spend $7.2 million, $4.4 million of that will come from taxes.
Roads will represent the most expensive expenditure this year, with $3.6 million earmarked for specific projects.
Other significant costs is the OPP policing bill which is just over $950,000, the volunteer firefighting service will cost just over $620,000.
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