Rossland’s 2021 Annual Report ready for inspection

City of Rossland invites residents to provide comment on 2021 Annual Report

Rossland council will receive the 2021 Annual Report at its council meeting July 11, and asks residents to review the document and bring their concerns and questions to the council meeting or city hall.

Rossland council will receive the 2021 Annual Report at its council meeting July 11, and asks residents to review the document and bring their concerns and questions to the council meeting or city hall.

Did you know that the number of espressos consumed on average at Rossland City Hall is 3,316 per year?

That may not be the most riveting statistic of the 70-page report, but it is an indication of the comprehensive and enlightening document that is the City of Rossland 2021 Annual Report.

The document also offers info on housing, its citizens, scholarship recipients and award winners, and a thorough overview of the city council, staffing structure and duties.

It includes the complete 2021 Audited Annual Financial Statements; a listing of the permissive and revitalization tax exemptions granted and the amount of property taxes that would have been imposed on the property if it were not exempt for 2021; a statement of objectives and measures for 2021 and a progress report on the previous year’s objectives.

In accordance with Sections 98 and 99 of the Community Charter, the city’s annual report has been prepared and is available for public inspection.

Rossland council will be presented the 2021 Annual Report for approval at their council meeting on Monday, July 11 at 6 p.m. at the Rossland Miners’ Hall, 1765 Columbia Ave.

Residents can view the annual report in person at City Hall, located at 2196 Leroi Avenue, and on the city’s website: 2021 Draft Annual Report.

The public is invited to comment on the report at the council meeting or submit any questions or concerns in writing by 4 p.m. Thursday, June 30.

Residents can also drop off written submissions at the reception desk at City Hall or mail to City of Rossland, C/O Deputy Corporate Officer, PO Box 1179, Rossland BC V0G 1Y0; or by email at dco@rossland.ca.

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