Ladysmith council adopted several bylaws at its July 18 meeting to pay for projects in the 2011-2015 financial plan.
Among the money pulled from funds included: $1,687.58 from the Cemetery Care Trust Fund for 2011 maintenance at the cemetery;
$445,316.17 from the Sale of Real Property Reserve Fund for capital project costs including machinery associated with some of the town’s capital projects;
$82,369.95 was used from the Open Spaces and Parkland Development Cost Charges Reserve Fund towards parks and open spaces;
$94,462.65 from the Roads DCC Reserve Fund was taken to pay for debt repayment and construction of road projects;
Council pulled $13,746.43 from the Sewer DCC Reserve Fund for capital sewer expenses;
$12,768.33 was moved from the Storm Drainage DCC Reserve to pay for the construction of the waste-water treatment plant; and
$7,568.64 was pulled from the Water DCC Reserve to help pay for water projects coming up in 2011.