Small tax increases in most West Island towns

January 11, 2012 - All West Island area municipalities, save for Senneville, adopted their respective 2012 budgets last month. Here is an overview of some that were adopted just before the Christmas break.

Dorval: The average tax bill will increase by about two per cent, or $50, more than last year. The owner of an average home, evaluated at $308,950, will have a municipal tax bill of $2,961 this year. 
Ste. Anne de Bellevue: Homeowners in Ste. Anne face a two-per-cent tax hike this year. The owner of an average home, valued at $320,377, will have a tax bill of $3,125 this year, an increase of about $64 from last year.

Baie d'Urfé: Despite an increase in its Montreal agglomeration bill, Baie d'Urfé has managed to keep taxes stable for 2012.

Pincourt: Pincourt homeowners face a small hike in property taxes this year, according to the town's $20-million budget for 2012.

St. Lazare: St. Lazare adopted its $26-million budget last month, bringing with it a small tax increase for homeowners.

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