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Amaroso said predictable funding will help communities, including Sault Ste. Marie, plan for infrastructure replacement and renewal and allow communities to get the best bang for their buck.
AMO also supports early learning as a tool to creating and sustaining a healthy and prosperous society.
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numbers show that the new funding model means a loss of between 13 to 27.5% for our programs and we Adidas Boost 8 need to see if there is any opportunity to reduce that. Taxpayers are covering the operating costs and subsidized spots and we have good paying jobs that we want to preserve, she said.
so important that the infrastructure funding be constant so that as a community, we can better plan to repair or replace our infrastructure, she said.
plate is full at the annual Association of Municipalities of Ontario conference.
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Amaroso said she also plans to meet with Gravelle to review and check the status of funding applications the city has submitted.
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Ironically, Wynne announced $100 million in infrastructure funding for small municipalities under 100,000 at the AMO conference, keeping an election promise. The money is to be used for roads, bridges, water and wastewater projects.
AMO's position is that federal and provincial investment is needed to ensure that municipalities have stable,long term and predictable municipal infrastructure.
In a separate funding matter, Amaroso said she will also reiterate the importance of the need for connecting link funding funding that's needed to preserve and repair the provincial road system that travels through Sault Ste. Marie and connects communities.
I think that speaks to the relationship we have with the provincial government, Amaroso said early Monday morning.
The 2008 Joint Provincial Municipal Fiscal and Social Service Delivery Review identified Ontario has a significant infrastructure deficit, mostly because municipalities had been struggling to subsidize provincial social service costs on their limited property tax base. The 2008 Fiscal Review estimated Ontario needed to invest an additional $6 billion into infrastructure every year for 10 years.
Amaroso, and Ward 3 Coun. Pat Mick were to also meet with Education Minister Liz Sandals to discuss the importance of municipal daycare funding and how the new models results in the loss of about $1 million to Sault Ste. Marie.
Amaroso and the other Northern Ontario Large Urban Mayors Group were to meet with Premier Kathleen Wynne to hammer away at the need for sustainable and reliable municipal infrastructure.
The three day conference, which kicked off Monday in London, will see Amaroso meet with Premier Kathleen Wynne and various provincial ministers including transportation minister Steven Del Duca and Minister of Northern Development and Mines Michael Gravelle.
removal of that funding has put us behind the eight ball, Amaroso said. this falls back on the municipal tax levy if we don't get that funding. This is an issue that has the greatest community impact on the Sault because of the number of kilometres of roadway that we have that falls under that category.
have a very full agenda over the next couple of days. I'm jam packed, she said.
Amaroso meets with provincial ministers
with municipalities to strengthen municipal governments and lobby the provincial government on common goals and issues.
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