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More ways to get involved in Brampton’s Budget 2015

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Published on February 20, 2015 with No Comments

This is your City. Your Tax Dollars. Get Involved!
BRAMPTON, ON: As part of the ongoing Budget 2015 public engagement process, the City of
Brampton is providing more ways for residents to get involved and provide their feedback on
budget priorities. A Property Tax Budget Allocator is now available at www.brampton.ca/budget.
Residents have the opportunity to provide feedback on where and how their tax dollars should
be spent. The allocator is an easy-to-use tool that explains how an increase or decrease in
budget allocations impacts services provided to residents.
Numerous opportunities are being provided for Brampton residents to provide their input,
including public meetings, Council meetings and workshops, an online survey and the online
Property Tax Budget Allocator. And, that is not all. If residents are unable to attend any of the
meetings or go online to provide feedback, they are encouraged to sign up for a Tele Town Hall
at www.brampton.ca/budget. This is an opportunity for residents to talk directly with their
Councillors and the Mayor and provide feedback on how they want their tax dollars spent.
A series of five Tele Town Halls will be hosted by the City. This will be a live forum where
residents can call in to a specified phone number and speak to their Councillors and the Mayor
about Budget 2015. The forum will include a live question and answer session, opportunities to
respond to polling questions using the phone keypad, and the option to leave a message at the
end of the event.
The Tele Town Halls will be conducted from 7 to 8 pm. Here are the dates:
February 25 – Regional Councillor Elaine Moore and Regional Councillor Grant Gibson
February 26 – Regional Councillor John Sprovieri and City Councillor Gurpreet Dhillon
March 4 – Regional Councillor Gael Miles and City Councillor Pat Fortini
March 9 – Regional Councillor Martin Medeiros and City Councillor Jeff Bowman
March 10 – Regional Councillor Michael Palleschi and City Councillor Doug Whillans
This is your City. Your Tax Dollars. Let’s Connect.


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