Strong turnout at first public meeting on Puslinch budget


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by Mike Robinson.

PUSLINCH – A number of residents have voiced concern over the Puslinch draft budget, which contains a 5.12 per cent increase to the local portion of the tax bill.

Originally scheduled to take place in the township office on Jan. 21, the 70 to 80 interested residents warranted moving the meeting to the Puslinch Community Centre.

Though the full contingent of council was on hand, the purpose of the meeting was for director of finance/treasurer Paul Creamer to present information and for the public to present their opinions on what is being proposed.

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