Funds trickling into city rates recovery programme

As the Mayor and City Council’s (M&CC) rates recovery drive continues, City Treasurer, Ron McAlman says the council has been able to recover some $14.6 million out of an outstanding balance of $382 million for the Kingston, North Cummingsburg, South Cummingsburg and Lacytown areas.

Speaking to the media yesterday, inside of the Council’s Chambers, McAlman explained that since the rates recovery programme commenced on April 3, they have been able to deliver some 700 demand notices to property owners within the four wards.

“In addition to that, we would’ve had various outreach programmes in Agricola, Kitty and East Ruimveldt, and we would’ve…to continue reading this article, please subscribe.  Already a subscriber ? Sign In.

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