2018 Financial Plan
You will find herein information on the financial position of your Municipality.
The audited report for 2018 shows revenues of $893 158.00 and expenses of $899 219.00.
You will find below a breakdown of these revenues and expenses:
Taxes - $376 167
In lieu of taxes – $9 676
Other local sources - $224 633
Gouvernment Transfers - $282 682
Administration - $209 866
Public security - $95 859
Transportation - $162 560
Public hygiene - $77 846
Urbanism - $26 519
Leisure & culture - $76 750
Financing costs - $18 200
From all of us to the Fire Department, First Responders, Eagles Club, 50 Plus Club, Legion Branch #172 and all other committees, groups and volunteers, for your support and involvement in the community a big “Thank You”. You make this a great community to live in.
Fall Festival 2018
The profits for the Fall Festival were $16,115.94 donations were made to the following groups;
Cascapedia-St-Jules Volunteer Fire Dept. – $1 500, the Eagles Club – $1 500, the Fifty Plus Club – $1 500 the Legion Branch #172/Dart Club – $1 500 and the Naval League of Canada, New Richmond Branch - $300. New Richmond Figure Skating Club $300, $7,433 was donated to the Youth Center for the purchase of flooring.
This will leave the Fall Festival with an operating fund of about $15, 000.
A very special Thanks to everyone who helped in any way and if anyone is interested in getting involved, please contact the Town. It is a great weekend, the preparing may be a lot of work, but at the same timeit’s a lot of fun!
By-Law #17-03 - Security, Peace and Order
By-Law #17-04 - Nuisances
By-Law #17-02 - Alarm Systems
By-Law #17-05 - Structures
By-Law #18-01 - Code of Ethics
By-Law #03-02 - Concerning Animals
By-Law #12-02 - Tax Information
By-Law # 12- 02
A: To adopt the budget for the fiscal year of 2014:
B: To adopt the Municipal tax rate, garbage tax, recycling tax and dog license fees:
CONSIDERING the Council must prepare and adopt the budget for the financial year and anticipate receipts at least equal to the expenses they foresee;
CONSIDERING that a Notice of Motion for this By-Law was given at the regular meeting of November 12th, 2013;
IT IS THEREFORE proposed by Councillor Réal Bujold and unanimously determined by the Councillors present;
THAT By-Law #12-01 be adopted and the Council decrees and enacts said By-Law as follows;
The Council adopts the “Expenditures” budget as follows for the year 2014:
General Administration $193,470.00
Public Security $67,000.00
Environmental Health $71,310.00
Urbanization, Planning and Development $26,188.00
Leisure and Culture $40,500.00
Financing Costs $36,700.00
Capital Assets $5,000.00
Total Expenses $723,607.00
The Council adopts the “Revenues” budget as follows for the year 2014:
Payments in lieu of taxes $1,824.00
Other local sources $65,750.00
Government Transfers $331,323.00
Total Revenues $723, 607.00
The property tax rate is set at $ .55/$100.00 for the year 2014 to comply with the evaluation roll that comes into effect on January 1st. 2014.
The tax rate for Garbage is set at:
Household with occupancy of 6 months or more per year $142.40
Local Businesses $158.00
Per household with occupancy of less than 6 months per year $84.00
The recycling tax is set at:
Household with occupancy of 6 months or more per year $53.00
Local Businesses $58.00
Household with occupancy of less than 6 months per year $33.00
The fee for a dog license for the year 2012 will be as follows:
For one (1) dog/household $10.00
For two (2) dogs/household 15.00
For three (3) dogs/household 20.00
The interest rate on all taxes not paid to the Municipality within the delays specified is set at 12% and is charged at the variable method, starting on January 1st, 2013.
This By-Law will enter into effect according to the law and was adopted on December 16th, 2013.
Pat St. Onge, Mayor Susan Legouffe, Director General