Town council holds public hearing to listen to any objections.

Niverville residents hope their council can continue pulling rabbits out of a hat.  At a public hearing on the new lagoon project, ratepayers heard how councillors and staff jumped through hoops to lower the cost of phase one of the project and managed to get phase two done without much concern.  However, phase three tenders came in way beyond what they budgeted and now council plans to increase taxes by $100 per lot.  Deputy mayor John Funk hopes they haven't run out of magic tricks just yet as they put phase three out for re-tendering in two parts, expecting to get lower prices this time around.  Meanwhile, council has given first reading to a bylaw allowing them to borrow more money for the project.  There was nobody at the meeting to file an objection.