Residential taxes and utility fees to jump $200 a year

Council accepted Monday that there is a steep price for better transit, fewer neighbourhood flash floods, compost pickup, working sewers and no more cuts to street sweeping — close to $200 more per household a year for the next four.

The typical homeowner this year will pay the city roughly $2,880 in taxes and utility fees, not counting electricity. Come 2018, that tab for Calgary basics will be around $3,779, after council set targets for the next four-year budget, which it will debate this fall.

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