Regina City Council will begin review of the proposed 2020 budget Monday night

Regina City Council will sit down Monday night to begin reviewing it’s proposed operating budget for 2020.

The highlight going into the meeting may be the mill rate increase.

A proposed 2.75 percent increase and a .5 percent dedicated amount for the Recreation Infrastructure Program would mean an additional $5.60 per month in municipal taxes for a Regina home owner with a property valued at $350,000.

The city says it’s the lowest mill rate rise in a decade.

The city also says the increase includes the .45 percent dedicated amount to pay for Mosaic Stadium.

The meeting gets underway at 5:30 p.m. Monday afternoon from Henry Baker Hall.


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