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Warren Board of Supervisors to Advertise Tax Increase

29 March 2018 News


The Warren County Board of Supervisors unanimously agreed at its Tuesday meeting to advertise a 1-cent real estate tax increase.

This is after County Administrator Doug Stanley made the suggestion of a tax hike to help cover the costs of school resource officers requested by Superintendent Greg Drescher and Sheriff Daniel McEathron. The new officers would be covered with an additional $236,905 from this increase, as well as a $145,273  Sheriff’s Office career development program. In total, the 1-cent increase would mark the fifth consecutive year of rising real estate taxes, bringing the rate to 66 cents per $100 of assessed value and raising a total of $512,097.

The tax increase will be advertised for two weeks, and will be the subject of an April 10th public hearing.


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