City council has passed first reading on the proposed Development Cost Charge Bylaw update. (Revelstoke Review file photo)

Web Poll: Should council approve the proposed Development Cost Charge Bylaw?

  • Aug. 20, 2018 6:00 a.m.

City council has passed first reading on the proposed Development Cost Charge Bylaw update. At the moment city staff is tasked with informing the public about the proposed bylaw and the impacts it will have on both developers and tax payers before the bylaw is before council once again.

READ MORE: Cost to Revelstoke taxpayers as well as developers affected by proposed bylaw

READ MORE: How could changing the DCC in Revelstoke affect locals?

Do you think the currently proposed Development Cost Charge Bylaw, and with it the proposed increase to sewer user rates, should be passed by city council?

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