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Mun. of Pontiac businesses face 63 per cent tax hike

CHRIS LOWREY
MUNICIPALITY OF PONTIAC Feb. 20, 2019
Businesses in the Municipality of Pontiac will be facing a massive increase on this year’s tax bill.
The municipality’s budget laid out a 4.3 per cent property tax increase for residential properties.
It was recently revealed that non-residential properties will face a tax increase of 63 per cent compared to last year.
Last year’s evaluation rate was around 68 cents for every $100 on the assessment roll. It’s now gone to $1.10 for every $100 on the assessment roll.

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