News Timmins Chamber looking for budget feedback from the business community SHARE ON: Taylor Ablett, staff Wednesday, Nov. 9th, 2016 Photo: Christine Bender, President of the chamber, at a previous council meeting. The Timmins Chamber of Commerce is getting a chance to give its input into the 2017 budget, and is looking for thoughts from the business community. The chamber is sending out a short survey to its members looking for feedback on things like operating costs should be addressed, what the spending priorities should be, and how the city can be a better place to do business. That survey will be open until Friday afternoon. The feedback from that survey will be part of the chamber’s presentation to council at the November 30th meeting.