Thunder Bay city council looks at 2014 budget

City council to consider how to pay for big-ticket items

City councillors in Thunder Bay will consider a variety of budget-related items tonight.

Council will receive information on infrastructure priorities for the coming year, as well as debate how it plans to pay for those items.

Other agenda topics include refunding over $46,000 in property taxes, and dealing with a $3.9 million variance in the city budget. The variance means the city is over-budget compared to its projections earlier this year.

Get the latest on this page from Jeff Walters who will be at city hall tonight to report on the meeting.


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