Property assessment and harm reduction strategies

Topics at Yorkton Chamber of Commerce Luncheon this week

At the final Luncheon for 2019, the Yorkton Chamber of Commerce has invited two Guest Speakers to share information on topics highly relevant to the business community.

Deanna Bartok from the Sask Health Authority will discuss the Harm Reduction programs in the city. Sheldon Stechyshyn from the Sask Assessment Management Agency will discuss the upcoming new assessment in 2020.

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Juanita Polegi, Executive Director of the Yorkton Chamber urges business owners and managers to attend the Luncheon. “Both speakers will be sharing information about recent concerns to the business community,” she said. “Ensuring the community is safe is of concern for a number of businesses. And the last property assessment resulted in some large tax hikes for a number of businesses.” In fact, the 2016 assessment created so much upset that the Chamber held a Town Hall meeting with guest speakers to explain how that occurred.

The Luncheon will be held at noon Thursday November 21 at the Painted Hand Casino. Pre-registration is required by calling or emailing the Chamber office.

The Yorkton Chamber of Commerce is “the voice of business in Yorkton” and represents over 460 members.

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