Posts in Tag: rates
RURAL City of Wangaratta council is seeking advice in an attempt to avoid a price hike on the kerbside collection.
Wangaratta homeowners are likely to pay higher rates based on property valuations changing from biennial to every year.
A FURTHER half a per cent rate cut in 2017-18 will impact services for Wangaratta residents, rural city mayor Ken Clarke has warned.
COUNCIL’S chief administrator has confirmed it’s “highly unlikely” council will apply for a variance to a 2.5 per cent rates cap.
WANGARATTA has weighed in as the most expensive place to live in the North East when it comes to annual council rates.
CONCESSION card holders waiting for their organic bin collection to commence were given another surprise when they opened their rate notices.
HOMEOWNERS will pay a 3.05 per cent increase in rates if a draft recommendation is adopted.
WANGARATTA ratepayers have been lumped with the second highest municipal rates percentage increase.
A SIX per cent rate rise is all but locked in for the Rural City of Wangaratta.
FORMER mayor will press council to cut the proposed six per cent rate rise.
WANGARATTA home and business owners will face the highest rates increase in the North East.
COUNCIL has defended a six per cent rate rise despite a push for rates to align closer to the CPI.