Condo dwellers want a better deal (ON)

Condominium owners from across Norfolk came to Governor Simcoe Square this week in search of a better deal.  They left the council chamber Tuesday night thinking that they just might get one.  “The time has come to take a serious look at the services we provide to people who pay taxes,” Mayor Charlie Luke told Norfolk council. “This will continue to be an issue in the county and it is not going away. The time has come to rethink this one. Other municipalities are doing it and I think it’s the only fair way to head down the road.”    Read the article………


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