THE Kadavu Provincial Council budget for 2014 and 2015 was received well by members at the second day of its annual meeting in Suva yesterday.
The budget, which is estimated to be about $700,000, is expected to go towards investments and properties owned by the people of Kadavu.
Government subvention for the two years will contribute $159,987 while rates and income for all dividends is $295,116 for 2014 and $230,116 for 2015.
"The budget was received well by the members, we are quite happy with government subvention," council chairman Aminiasi Katonivualiku said.
He revealed that discussions had also been made for provincial levies to now be collected during Kadavu Day celebrations from November next year.
"This will be for the first time and we're all looking forward to it. There will also be cultural items and events that the people of Kadavu are known for.
"The money raised from the provincial levies during Kadavu Day will go towards Kadavu House, education scolarships and other investments of the vanua."
Meanwhile, the ownership of Kadavu House was also clarified yesterday.
Mr Katonivualiku said the property belonged to the people of Kadavu and asked the people to help contribute in the payment of the loans.