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Municipal tax increase: under 1% for Mount Royal residents
Town of Mount Royal mayor Philippe Roy today submitted the municipality’s 2014 operating budget, which totals $83,758,500. If it is exceptional for the budget to be adopted so late – a delay imposed by the Urban Agglomeration of Montreal’s tardiness in adopting its own budget – the taxpayers of Mount Royal’s residential sector can nonetheless take heart in the Roy administration’s constant efforts to maintain tight control over municipal spending, which have resulted in a smaller-than-usual property tax increase on the order of 0.89%.
“If memory serves me correctly, the 2014 budget is record-breaking,” said Town councillor John Miller. “This is one of the lowest increases announced in a budget during my time on Council, which is certainly good news for Townies.”
“In view of the new three-year property assessment roll that just took effect, it goes without saying that we wanted to ensure that the substantial rise in property values would not be accompanied by an excessively high tax hike, and we pulled it off,” said Mayor Roy. “Today more than ever, our low rates speak eloquently of the Town’s financial strength and of our determination to maintain the quality of life of all Mount Royal residents.”
The budget submitted today reflects the various priorities of Mount Royal’s Town Council, with maintaining the high level of service provided to residents necessarily topping the list. (...) More
Last updated: March 6, 2014
The brochure [PDF 6MB] for upcoming spring and summer activities will be delivered next week. Online registration to aquatic activities only will be held on Tuesday, March 25, starting at 18:00.
Registration to other activities begins at 6:00 on Monday, March 31 for residents using our online service.
A register will be held for each one of those by-laws at Town Hall (90 Roosevelt Avenue) on Monday, March, 10, 2014 between 9:00 and 19:00, without interruption.
Read our public notice [PDF 56kB].
A first installment is due on March 12. For the occasion, the Town Hall service counter (90, Roosevelt Avenue) will be open until 18:00 to give you a better service.
In order to meet legal requirements, our public notices are always published in the Journal de Mont-Royal and posted at Town Hall (90 Roosevelt Avenue).
Last updated: March 5, 2014
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