Public urged to participate in Parksville’s budget process

There are many ways to make yourself heard about how you want Parksville tax dollars spent

  • Jan. 29, 2015 5:00 a.m.

Parksville’s city council is inviting residents to attend the public budget deliberation meeting scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 4 at 6 p.m.

“Public input is an important part of the financial planning process and council would like your comments and suggestions,” said a news release from the city.

The Feb. 4 meeting will be held in the Forum at the Parksville Civic and Technology Centre, 100 Jensen Avenue East. Council will discuss the draft 2015-2019 municipal budget and financial plan.

There are other ways to give council your input:

• Watch the meeting live online through the City’s webstreaming. Go to www.parksville.ca/cms.asp?wpID=445.

• Email comments and questions to info@parksville.ca or on Facebook http://facebook.com/cityparksville or tweet us http://twitter.com/cityparksville (@cityparksville)

— Submitted by City of Parksville

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