Taxes inch up in Plympton-Wyoming


Plympton-Wyoming taxpayers will pay $5.44 more in taxes for every $100,000 of assessed value of their home in 2018.
Municipal council passed the $15.4 million operational and capital budget Jan. 10.
The municipality will bring in $60,000 more in new taxes and the second phase of market value assessment will bring in another $302,265.
There is also about $170,000 more from the province.

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