File photo White Rock council will hear public input on the city’s five-year financial plan today (Dec. 11) at 2 p.m. at city hall.

Meeting offers public input on White Rock’s five-year financial plan

Only opportunity to comment on 2018-2022 recommendations this afternoon (Monday)

The public will have only one opportunity to comment on the City of White Rock’s Five Year Financial Plan before it goes to a council vote.

According to the city website that opportunity will be a meeting at council chambers in city hall today (Dec. 11), starting at 2 p.m. (written comments and submissions will be received up until the start of the meeting).

Corporate reports pertaining to the draft financial plan, which covers the years 2018 to 2022, were presented to council’s Finance and Audit Committee on Monday afternoon (copies of the agenda and information are available on the website).

Included are recommendations on Fire-Rescue Department staffing, a request for more full-time employees for the city’s RCMP detachment, a general fund operating budget and asset improvement budget, and five-year plans for the water utility, the drainage utility and the sanitary sewer utility.

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