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City holding open house to get budget ideas

Residents will have an opportunity to openly discuss the City’s services and share their ideas in order to help guide Council’s priorities
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If you've gone to social media with your ideas on how to improve the city, good or bad, now you'll have a chance to go right to the horse's mouth...the people who actually decide what goes into the budget.

North Bay City Council and staff are scheduling two 2020 Budget Open House events, inviting the public to learn more about City operations, ask questions about the City’s budget and share ideas about spending priorities and what matters to them.

“The 2020 Budget Open House – Share Your Ideas! event provides residents with an excellent opportunity to openly discuss the City’s services and share their ideas in order to help guide Council’s priorities for the 2020 budget,” said Councillor Tanya Vrebosch.

One Open House will be on September 10 at City Hall from 5 to 6:30 p.m. and again on September 12 at Memorial Gardens from 6 to 8 p.m.

Still can't make it?

Feedback and ideas can be submitted to 2020Budget@cityofnorthbay.ca or at the suggestion box located at the Customer Service Centre on the main floor of City Hall until November 1.




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