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For this month's newsletter, I will highlight an important event hosted by my female colleagues called Women Leading, provide an update on budget deliberations and the downtown event and entertainment district, provide highlights of decisions before City Council this month and upcoming events in our community.
- Budget Next Steps
- Women Leading: Civic Engagement Forum for Immigrant and Refugee Women in Saskatoon
- Downtown Event and Entertainment District Funding Tools
- Black Bin Utility Update
- Governance Model of Appeal Boards
- Comprehensive Zoning Bylaw Review - Amendment Package Seven
City Council has been meeting regularly to discuss a funding gap that was identified for the upcoming 2024 and 2025 budget. This gap was identified as a part of our budgeting process and is not an indication of the final property tax impact for 2024 or 2025. Nor does this funding gap impact the 2023 budget.
This post summarizes the decisions made at the August 31 Special Budget Meeting and what to expect for next steps.
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Your Ward 8 Councillor in Saskatoon (Treaty 6 Territory and Homeland of the Métis) since 2016, Sarina can be seen volunteering at a number of events and for a variety of causes. She enjoys cycling and supporting local businesses. She is a proud University of Saskatchewan graduate and has a far-reaching understanding of different cultures and approaches to problem-solving, gained through extensive world travel.