Source: Tyler Marr, globalnews.ca, May 12, 2020
The city had planned a 2.3 per cent property tax increase this year.
Moose Jaw City Council has voted in favour of scrapping a 2.3 per cent tax increase this year to help businesses and residents weather the storm from COVID 19.
At a meeting on Monday, council agreed to scrap this year’s property tax increase which will mean a civic spending reduction of more than $670,000.
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