Regina has added up the cost for the referendum vote
REGINA – The City of Regina has added up the cost of last month’s referendum vote.
The final tab for the waste water treatment plant ballot comes out at 356-thousand dollars.
Because the city couldn’t budget for the unexpected vote the money will come out of the city’s general reserve account.
Voters elected to support city council’s earlier decision to use a public-private partnership model to pay for, design, and build a new waste water treatment plant.
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