By Paul Tercier May 2016
After a delayed provincial budget pushed back the determination of education taxes we have the tax notices sent out to the majority of ratepayers by email, with the remaining few that still require mailed statements to receive them shortly. Overall we experienced a slight increase in total taxes this year this mainly comes from the education portion and some increases in assessed values.
We are trying to implement electronic payment capacity for the Summer Village using the bank transfer similar to that for utility bills. This will not include credit card transactions, but debit card is a possibility.
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Assessments on property are provided by a professional, appointed by your council. There are many rules and regulations governing how assessments are made.
this file is 2015/2016 comparison
We have a file with the lot numbers and legal land descriptions for the summer village. This is currently updated to show new lots and updates, the new file is posted now
If you believe your own or any other assessment is unfair, you may file a written complaint to the Assessment Review Board. Pursuant to Section 460 of the Municipal Government Act, a complaint must be made on the prescribed form and accompanied by the required filing fee (if any).