by Mike Robinson.
While residents here may not see any big dividends on their tax bills, the consolation is that Puslinch residential property assessments are not increasing as fast as the rest of Wellington County.
On July 20 Carla Nell, vice-president of municipal and stakeholder relations for Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC), updated Puslinch councillors regarding 2016 municipal property assessments as they apply to local property owners.
“There is much happening this year within the corporation that will ultimately have an impact on property owners across the province as well as municipalities which rely on the assessments as their principal source of revenue,” Nell said.
She offered insight “to the myriad of changes which are being implemented, with a view to improving and enhancing the system in Ontario.”