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City budget input hearing Tuesday with 1.5-mill increase factored in
But millage won’t be set till later; Penny hints amount of hike could be less after values soar
Statesboro City Manager Charles Penny
A public input hearing on the city of Statesboro’s proposed fiscal year 2023 budget, which as currently drafted presumes a 1.5-mill increase in the city’s property tax rate on top of 7% overall growth in the value of taxable property, is on the agenda for Tuesday’s 9 a.m. City Council meeting.
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