Chatham to consider last-minute pitches in its approval of FY17 budget this week – Savannah Morning News


Savannah Morning News

Chatham to consider last-minute pitches in its approval of FY17 budget this week
Savannah Morning News
The board on Friday is set to hold one last public hearing on its proposed millage rate and then vote to adopt its spending plan for Fiscal Year 2017. The commission anticipates maintaining the millage rate for Chatham Area Transit at 1 mill, for the ...

School board approves new $458M budget – Cherokee Tribune Ledger News


School board approves new $458M budget
Cherokee Tribune Ledger News
Although the millage rate will not increase and remain at 19.45 mills for the third consecutive year, residents whose homes increased in value during the last year will see a rise in what they pay, with an anticipated 2.98 percent property tax increase ...

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Ball Ground anticipates lowest millage rate in decades – Cherokee Tribune Ledger News


Ball Ground anticipates lowest millage rate in decades
Cherokee Tribune Ledger News
When the total digest of taxable property is prepared, Georgia law requires that a rollback millage rate must be computed that will produce the same total revenue on the current year's digest that last year's millage rate would have produced had no ...

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Count BOE passes budget, pay raise – Times-Georgian


Count BOE passes budget, pay raise
Times-Georgian
... for FY17, with a projected expenditure total of $117,619,216. The district is expected to pocket a surplus budget of more than $34,000 after projected expenditures. Officials said the budget estimates are based on an expected county millage rate of ...

County BOE passes budget, pay raise – Times-Georgian


County BOE passes budget, pay raise
Times-Georgian
... for FY17, with a projected expenditure total of $117,619,216. The district is expected to pocket a surplus budget of more than $34,000 after projected expenditures. Officials said the budget estimates are based on an expected county millage rate of ...

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