Puslinch resident Sandra Soloman wants both Puslinch and Wellington County councils to take another look at their respective budget process before heading into discussions for a 2017 budget.
In a letter received by council on Feb. 17, Soloman noted her anticipation that the township would be passing the 2016 budget that night (which it did).
“While I appreciate that you have brought the percentage tax increase down to below 3%, I am a bit concerned with how it was achieved.”
Soloman said deferral of a very large project to next year as not really helping.
“However, as there was so little time between the public input meeting and the February 3rd budget meeting, I will give you and staff the benefit of the doubt and suggest that maybe there was just not enough time to really look at better ways to cut costs.” …
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