FINANCE... District Council of the Copper Coast director of corporate services Katrina Borlace shows council’s intended break-even position by 2020-21 and the option elected members will then face — either keep increasing rates to provide extra services, or minimising future rate rises. FINANCE... District Council of the Copper Coast director of corporate services Katrina Borlace shows council’s intended break-even position by 2020-21 and the option elected members will then face — either keep increasing rates to provide extra services, or minimising future rate rises.

DCCC three years from breaking even

DISTRICT Council of the Copper Coast plans to bring its budget to a break-even position within three years.

CEO Peter Harder affirmed a planned rate rise of six per cent this year, or five per cent if the public rejects council’s free waste dumping proposal.

After that, rises will be at five per cent for the next two years  – not six per cent each year as reported last week  – to ensure council reaches break-even.

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