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Montreal property taxes are expected to rise an average 3.4% for the 2013 budget. Louise Harel claims it may be more than that.
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How much less would it cost if it was well run?
It’s an imponderable, because everyone has their own definitions of “well run” and it also has to be worked out against a background of overall inflation, fluctuations of the dollar and of interest rates and all the rest.
Well, Hawkesbury here I come!
I wonder if the costs of maintaining the outdated and crumbling systems are higher then the costs in new neighborhoods to simply build new ones.
They must be. You can’t just tear out the water mains system or sewer system in a whole chunk of downtown or the Plateau, for example, and tell people to cope while you replace it. You have to replace it piece by piece, and I’m sure you’ve got to make compromises and go to extra trouble to fit new pieces to older pieces that are already in place. Has to be more expensive than burying all new pipes in freshly dug earth.
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