Thorold City Council approves budget - Residents will see $32 increase
Thorold residents are looking a 0.9 per cent increase on their local tax bill this year.
City Council approved their 2018 budget at a meeting Tuesday night.
The average homeowner, assessed at $236,000 will see their taxes go up $32 dollars.
“Keeping taxes low for our community while maintaining efficient service and asset sustainment were the main focus for Council. I am happy to announce that this year too, we were
able to achieve this. I would like to thank our Chief Administrative Officer, Director of Finance and to City staff for their diligent commitment, time and effort they invested into the preparationof the 2018 budget,” said Mayor Ted Luciani.
The total impact won't be known until the region finalizes their tax rates.
On January 28th, the IceDogs were a shot away from a record setting third 3 in 3 weekend sweep but it was not to be, losing in a North Bay shootout. Since then, the team has gone winless in ten including a Monday afternoon overtime loss in Peterborough 4-3.
Colton Incze stood on his head, making 40 saves Saturday night, as the IceDogs fell 3-1 in Barrie. The game’s first star had to make 18 saves in the second period alone.
A night of deflections went the way of the visitors as the IceDogs fell 6-3 to visiting Owen Sound. In the 'Dogs first game in a 6 game in 9 days stretch, the home side was unable to hold a third period one goal lead.