Cranbrook city council will meet to talk about the 2023–2027 Five-Year Financial Plan next week.
The meeting will go ahead at the Manual Training School (1212 2nd Street North) from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Mar. 7.
City staff is proposing a tax increase of over 5.8 per cent, which would mean an increase of $7.66 a month for an average residential home assessed at $446,000.
According to meeting documents, some of the new asks include the hiring of two new members with the Fire Department and more RCMP officers.
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Residents are invited to watch the live stream of the meeting.
The meeting’s agenda will be published when it becomes available.
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