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Council passes tax raise

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By Brad Bowman

After three years with no tax increase, the Eminence City Council voted Monday night to increase real estate property taxes.

Under the new rates, a homeowner will pay $8 more for a home valued at $100,000.

During the public hearing on tax rates Wednesday, Sept. 4, Mayor Drane Stephens asked council members if they had any thoughts or concerns about the proposed tax increase while the council waited for potential resident attendees. Council member Danny Meadows said he had received numerous calls from residents on fixed incomes and voiced his concerns.


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