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Saskatoon city councillors vote to reduce 2021 property tax increase

Saskatoon’s city council has voted to reduce the 2021 property tax increase.After two days of deliberations, the council voted to reduce the 2021 property tax rate increase from 3.87 per cent to 2.83 per cent — which will save the average Saskatoon home, valued at $371,000, just less than $20 per year.2021 is the second year in a two-year budget, which means most items and the tax increase were already determined and just required the council’s official approval.

Saskatoon police ask for extra $500K at city budget talks But Councillor Troy Davies began Thursday’s meeting by proposing to cut $2 million from the operating budget, thereby reducing the increase by one per cent.“I will tell you, $19, $20 here, $5 there… is a huge deal for many

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Saskatoon’s city council has voted to reduce the 2021 property tax increase.After two days of deliberations, the council voted to reduce the 2021 property tax rate increase from 3.87 per cent to 2.83 per cent — which will save the average Saskatoon home, valued at $371,000, just less than $20 per year.2021 is the second year in a two-year budget, which means most items and the tax increase were already determined and just required the council’s official approval.

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