Nanaimo residents can question budget in e-Town Hall meeting

NANAIMO – The budget is up for discussion in an e-Town Hall meeting on Nov. 23.

Residents can chip into the budget discussion during an e-Town Hall meeting this month.

The City of Nanaimo will host an e-Town Hall meeting Nov. 23, giving residents a chance to ask questions to city officials in person or by phone and social media.

The one-hour event starts at 6 p.m. during a Committee of the Whole meeting.

“2015 marks the third year in a row Nanaimo’s e-Town Hall meeting has been used to discuss the cit’s budget,” said Mayor Bill McKay in a press release. “As with past events, council encourages as many residents as possible to participate by using one of the many options available to them.”

To view the draft budget see:

The city also expects to have a citizen budget online survey to collect feedback.