IPART sets Tamworth Regional Council's rate peg at 3.7 per cent for 2023/24

Caitlin Reid
Updated September 29 2022 - 5:07pm, first published 4:30pm
Tamworth mayor Russell Webb said the rate peg doesn't recognise the sky high costs councils are facing. Picture by Gareth Gardner
Tamworth mayor Russell Webb said the rate peg doesn't recognise the sky high costs councils are facing. Picture by Gareth Gardner

HOME owners in Tamworth could be hit with the biggest rate hike in years next financial year, as councils battle high inflation.

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Caitlin Reid

Caitlin Reid

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Caitlin Reid is a journalist at the Northern Daily Leader, focussing on a range of topics including Tamworth Regional Council, education, property and entertainment. To get in touch, email caitlin.reid@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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