Warrnambool City Council releases draft budget

By Clare Quirk
Updated May 3 2020 - 11:32am, first published May 2 2020 - 3:00pm
RATES: The Warrnambool council will release its 2020-21 draft budget on Monday night which would see a rate increase of two per cent, reduced from the 4.5 per cent allowed for by the Essential Services Commission for this year. Picture: Morgan Hancock
RATES: The Warrnambool council will release its 2020-21 draft budget on Monday night which would see a rate increase of two per cent, reduced from the 4.5 per cent allowed for by the Essential Services Commission for this year. Picture: Morgan Hancock

WARRNAMBOOL City Council says it is preparing for a future of "unprecedented uncertainty" with an allocation of $1.9 million in support for the community and businesses in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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