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Commissioners approve unchanged millage rate – Forsyth Herald


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Commissioners approve unchanged millage rate
Forsyth Herald
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — Forsyth County's property tax rate will remain the same as last year after commissioners approved a levy of 8.036 mills at their July 20 meeting. Because values are up from 2016, the county expects to collect more property tax ...
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DON MCKEE: Commissioners vote in favor of taxpayers – Cherokee Tribune Ledger News


Cherokee Tribune Ledger News

DON MCKEE: Commissioners vote in favor of taxpayers
Cherokee Tribune Ledger News
The law surely has saved Georgia homeowners billions by preventing a double whammy from hitting them in the form of a higher millage rate plus higher assessments from increased market values. That's the case in Cherokee, where home values have shot ...

Caseloads in Houston Co. Public Defender’s Office high, but officials say justice not suffering – 13WMAZ


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Caseloads in Houston Co. Public Defender's Office high, but officials say justice not suffering
13WMAZ
He says Houston County could not hire any new staff for this budget year, in any department, due to their millage-rate cap. Houston County is one of two Georgia counties that operates under a the cap. “Our ability to go out and say well we're going to ...

No decision yet for Richmond County millage rate – The Augusta Chronicle


The Augusta Chronicle

No decision yet for Richmond County millage rate
The Augusta Chronicle
The commission was at one point scheduled to set the tentative millage rate Tuesday but did not make the decision. The millage rate is applied against property tax values to determine an owner's tax bill. Commissioners have said they do not expect to ...

Marietta tax hikes expected to move forward Wednesday – MDJOnline.com


Marietta tax hikes expected to move forward Wednesday
MDJOnline.com
Keeping the same property tax millage rate, means an effective property tax hike of 7.24 percent for the city and 7.51 percent for the schools. Governments have an opportunity to lower their millage rates to a level that ... The Public Works Committee ...

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