The city government’s primary concern is the infrastructure and services necessary to run the city. Moreover, there are limits to what a “democratically” elected council can do in terms of increasing milling rates. Any item that could result in a significant increase, in this case perhaps 21%, would need to be brought to the taxpayers in a referendum and voted on.
Bill Strife, Regina
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