Today is the final day of budget deliberations for the County of Grande Prairie.
Council flagged more items for review during yesterday’s presentations, including $6.8 million for displays, landscaping, and a kitchen area at the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum.
Also flagged during yesterday’s conversation were $4.7 million in community grants, a regional growth study, and a Parks and Recreation Master Plan.
They also plan to discuss funding for a regional growth study, two peace officer positions, and two seasonal bylaw enforcement officers.
Today is the day council will decide what will make the final budget, and how much, if any, tax increases county residents will see for 2015.