Report Summaries


 

In its preliminary decision released April 29, 2016, the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board concludes that with respect to the financial, social, governance, administrative, planning and infrastructure needs of the community, amalgamation is in the best interests of residents >> UARB Preliminary Decision

 

 

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Report Summary: Property Taxation

MOU-REPORT-Property-Tax.pdf


 

How Amalgamation Benefits Rural Citizens

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MOU Rural Mailer


 

Capital Investment Plan: Improving infrastructure with lower taxes for everyone

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MOU-REPORT-Capital-Investment-V.3.pdf 

 


 

Council & Districts: Fair representation by 11 elected officials, comparable to other municipalities

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MOU-REPORT-CouncilDistricts-V.3.pdf


 

Finances & Taxation: Lower taxes for the same or better services for everyone

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MOU-REPORT-Finances-Taxation-V.3.pdf


 

Staffing: Less duplication and more specialized expertise to serve citizens

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MOU-REPORT-Staffing-V.3.pdf


 

The Process: Fair process with transparency and a voice for citizens

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MOU-REPORT-The-Process-V.3.pdf


 

Why Amalgamate?: A unified commitment to growth and building prosperity for our region

 MOU REPORT Why Amalgamate thumbnail 

 MOU-Report-Why-Amalgamate-V.3.pdf

 


 

One Vision: Summary of Key Evidence Submitted to NSUARB (Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board):

MOU Information based on February 5 2016 UARB Filing Page 1MOU Information based on February 5 2016 UARB Filing Page 2

MOU-info-sheet-for-download.pdf