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District 2
(Waverley - Fall River - Beaver Bank)

District Profile

Total Population, 2006 Census: 18,547

Issue: Tax Reform

Average municipal tax comparison for single family homes

Source: HRM. HRM Note: Amounts exclude Low Income Rebates. Final adjustments are not included to treat mobile homes as multi-unit; and for the 2009 changes in the Transit Tax structure. Not all area rates are included in the "Current Tax".

DistrictAverage Property 2009 (taxable)Current Tax (2007)Draft Tax Model (2007)Change in taxes
2 District 2 (Waverley - Fall River - Beaver Bank)180,7141,2431,135-8.70%
2 - "Urban" part of District124,8679591,13718.60%
2 - "Suburban" part of District212,1611,4231,156-18.80%
2 - "Rural" part of District172,7801,1321,060-6.40%

Source: HRM. HRM Note: Amounts exclude Low Income Rebates. Final adjustments are not included to treat mobile homes as multi-unit; and for the 2009 changes in the Transit Tax structure. Not all area rates are included in the "Current Tax".

Current Councillor

Barry Dalrymple. Read his report card.

Elections Data

2008 Results

Barry Dalrymple
3,727 votes / 56.61% Upset!

Krista Snow Read her report card
2,857 votes / 43.39%

Voter turnout: 48.00%

2008 School Board elections

(District 8 - Sackville, Waverley)
Donna Hubbard 61.43%

Paul Russell

2004 Elections

Krista Snow 2,577 (34.86%)
Wayne MacRae 2,317 (31.34%)
David Merrigan 1,573 (21.28%)
Alexander Boyd 866 (11.71%)
John Woods 60 (0.81%)

Voter turnout: 58.57%

87.6% voted for Peter Kelly in 2004.
-18.91 % Change in 2008

2003 By-election

Stephen Boyce 20.52%
Greg Boyd 14.25%
Brian Butler 10.29%
Wayne MacRae 24.2%
Krista Snow 30.62%

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