City staff suggest new taxes for condominiums, group says it can’t come fast enough

One condo group is upset with what seems to be the city’s foot- dragging in introducing a new, more fair tax structure for condominiums.  Barbara Hart, who sits on the board of directors with the provincial chapter of the Canadian Condominium Institute, is concerned about a new report that deals with condo assessments and tax incentives for density, going before the city’s committee of the whole Tuesday.     Read the article……….


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