City of Mississauga seeking input from residents regarding 2021 budget
Those interested in voicing their opinions and concerns regarding Mississauga's 2021 City Budget are encouraged to do so next month.
Budget Engagement Sessions are scheduled for October 8, 13, and 22, and will provide residents with the opportunity to provide their input to Mayor Bonnie Crombie, and Councillors Stephen Dasko, Karen Ras, John Kovac, Chris Fonseca, Ron Starr.
Additionally, staff from the Region of Peel will also be participating in the sessions.
Those who wish to participate will receive a phone call, which will give them the opportunity to ask a question and hear about the budget. Those who receive a call and do not wish to participate can simply hang up.
"Council has already had significant consultation through the COVID-19 recovery process and we have captured those points already. The City's Budget Engagement Sessions provide us with additional input on what is important to residents," Gary Kent, commissioner of corporate services and chief financial officer, said in a news release.
"We face a challenging year, making these sessions an important part of our budget engagement," he continued.
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