CBC reports, Windsor police proposal too pricey for Leamington council; OPP service to continue.
“At Monday’s meeting, council discussed a report from administration that looked at the WPS proposal. It showed that it would cost $9.4 million dollars to begin using WPS through 2022, which is more than $3 million dollars over the $6.1 million it would pay to continue using the OPP for the same period.
Administration said that would mean a 13 per cent raise in municipal taxes for property owners and it would equate to an average of a an average raise of $232 dollars per household.”
Windsor Police released further records as ordered by Information and Privacy Commissioner Ontario Order MO-3927, regarding an Appeal of Windsor Police’s decision to withhold access to parts of its policing proposal to Amherstburg.
Mayor DiCarlo advised the Windsor response would be made public and a request followed in June 2018.
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I mentioned the appeal in the post, Want The Windsor Policing Proposal? Pay For It.
Mediation was unsuccessful and it has proceeded to the Inquiry stage for an Adjudicator to decide.