RESIDENTS of the Scenic Rim will have to wait to find out what the damage will be in terms of council rates rises with Scenic Rim Regional Council yet to even name a date for the budget announcement.
Logan, Brisbane, the Redland and the Gold Coast have already released the information.
Redlands residents have been hit with a 4.72 per cent rate rise for the next financial year after Mayor Karen Williams handed down a $396 million budget headlined by two long-term community projects.
Jimboomba rate payers will also see their bills increase, with those on the minimum general rate paying an extra 2.49 per cent each year, or $1.35 per week.
This is lower than other councils in the region, such as Brisbane City Council which announced a 4.93 per cent rate hike in its budget.
Gold Coasters have been slammed with a 4.3 per cent rates rise, which Mayor Tom Tate said equated to an extra $3.11 per week per household.
Scenic Rim Regional Council was contacted several times by the Beaudesert Times but did not disclose a budget date.
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