“This is like a first draft,” said Burns in speaking about the town’s strategic asset management policy. “We have to tie it all to demographic projections,” as well as incorporating it into the budget process. There are also vulnerabilities that have to be taken into account, such as climate change, which Burns admitted “was a pretty broad” theme to cover off.https://www.insideottawavalley.com/news-story/9567291-perth-plots-out-spending-for-next-11-years-with-bridges-roads-recreation-top-of-list/?s=n1?source=newsletter&utm_source=ml_nl&utm_medium=email&utm_email=6cf0e4c8dfed7b7e28f22e123857e24f&utm_campaign=ovha_59731&utm_content=a03
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By Desmond Devoy, InsideOttawaValley, August 27, 2019 Brian Burns may not have a crystal ball, but he has a road map now for where Perth town hall will be spending a lot of its money between now and 2030. Perth’s town treasurer made a presentation before a special meeting of town council on Wednesday, Aug. 21 about the town’s finances.