Alpharetta weighing 2016 budget plan – Atlanta Journal Constitution


Alpharetta weighing 2016 budget plan
Atlanta Journal Constitution
The Alpharetta City Council Monday night began considering the mayor's proposed 2016 FY budget. The $63.4 million general fund document ($89.9 million with all funds included) seeks to maintain the city's 5.750 millage rate, the same as 2015. Officials ...

Grand jury: Sheriff, Floyd County Commission should avoid lawsuit – Rome News-Tribune


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Grand jury: Sheriff, Floyd County Commission should avoid lawsuit
Rome News-Tribune
The millage rate has remained unchanged since 2008 and fuel costs have tripled since 2004. Better-than-expected revenues last year enabled the county last week to approve a $500 raise for every county employee. The raises become effective June 1.
Sheriff hires former governor as his attorneyWRGA Rome's Newstalk

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Sheriff hires former governor as his attorney – WRGA Rome’s Newstalk


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Sheriff hires former governor as his attorney
WRGA Rome's Newstalk
He has hired Roy Barnes, who served as Georgia governor from 1999 to 2003, as his attorney, he said. It comes after Burkhalter said he ... His solution is one that is not very popular with some people—an increase in the millage rate. “If you average ...

Projected property increase in values, not taxes – WTVM


Projected property increase in values, not taxes
WTVM
She says the language is mandated by the state of Georgia and the proposed millage rate of 23.37 mills for 2015 will remain the same as last year's rate. The board has scheduled three public hearings for you to voice your opinions before the June 15th ...

Roswell Proposes No Change in Tax Rate – Patch.com


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Roswell Proposes No Change in Tax Rate
Patch.com
The millage rate is the tax rate applied to property. Each mill represents $1 of tax assessment per $1,000 of assessed property value. While Roswell is estimating a 1 percent increase in property values, the actual change will not be available until ...

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