Council denies rowing club relief for $9,600 in tax arrears
The Thunder Bay Rowing Club is going to have to pay its taxes.
City council avoided setting a precedent on Monday by voting to support its administration and against providing the rowing club relief on $9,600 in tax arrears.
“We open that door and we’re going to have every organization in the city coming to us,” said Coun. Brian McKinnon – Tbnewswatch
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It will be interesting to see what taxes the proposed $30 million publicly funded, privately owned waterfront art gallery pay to the City of Thunder Bay.
The annual taxes on a waterfront location with all landscaping and snow clearing work most likely done by the City of Thunder Bay? I would believe that number to be quite high.
What would the art gallery use to pay property taxes anyway?. It gets all of its funding from governments.
I understand the art gallery has offered the city $10 in annual lease payments. Seems kind of low to me.