Lisa Scaffidi says the City of Perth's spending will be reduced by $4.4 million in FY18. Photo: Attila Csaszar

City of Perth aligns rates rises with CPI for FY18

The City of Perth will increase its rates by 1.5 per cent and has allocated $60.4 million for capital works projects, according to its FY18 budget.


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According to the City of Perth annual budget FY16, they expect $9.5 million in parking fines and a funds on hand of $110 million. I can see why they need to increase rates.

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