TNRD seeks financial plan input

The final Financial Plan is then adopted before March 31

Thompson-Nicola Regional District

Thompson-Nicola Regional District is seeking public input for its 2014-18 Financial Plan.

The preparation of the Financial Plan begins in the fall of each year with a Provisional Financial Plan.The final Financial Plan is then adopted before March 31.

The Finance Plan Input Form is available at tnrd.ca under the Submission Inquiries header on TNRD.ca. A link to the 2014-18 Financial Plan is also found on the Finance page.

 

Submissions can be filled out anonymously or information can be provided if you wish to be contacted.

 

 

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