Lee County school officials approve budget, students go to school for full … – WALB-TV


Lee County school officials approve budget, students go to school for full ...
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LEE CO., GA (WALB) - Lee County school board members approved their budget for this upcoming fiscal year. At Monday night's school board meeting officials approved a $71 million budget with no millage rate increase. Furlough days were also eliminated ...

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Duluth votes to keep same millage rate – Gwinnettdailypost.com


Duluth votes to keep same millage rate
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According to Georgia Law 48-5-32-1, a recommending authority must conduct three public hearings when the millage rate exceeds the roll-back millage rate. After two public hearings on July 10, Monday's council meeting was the site of the third with no ...

Tax Increase Hearings This Week – Patch.com


Tax Increase Hearings This Week
Patch.com
The city has officially announced its plan to adopt a millage rate of 7.60 mills, which is 0.312 mills higher than the rollback rate and equals a 4.28 percent property tax increase. For a home with a fair market value of $125,000, the tax increase will ...

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Lee Co. announces hearings on tax hike – WALB-TV


Lee Co. announces hearings on tax hike
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However, based on the budget adopted by the Lee County Board of Commissioners, an increase is required in the millage rate due to increases in cost for health obligations in public safety, law enforcement and fire services. Georgia Law requires three ...

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City Commission to start millage rate process at tonight’s meeting – Calhoun Times


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City Commission to start millage rate process at tonight's meeting
Calhoun Times
The board is expected to hold a public hearing and final vote on the millage rate at its July 28 meeting. Commissioners will also hear about this month's Redevelopment Committee meeting, which is scheduled to include a tour of the Northwest Georgia ...
Rome city commissioners recognize Sammy Rich's first full meeting as city ...Rome News-Tribune

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