Henry County Public Schools officials are considering a 68.5 cent-tax rate in order to get a 4 percent increase in revenue, according to information from Superintendent Tim Abrams.
As a public hearing on the proposed tax rates scheduled on Aug. 28 at 6:30 p.m. approaches, educators advertised proposed levies of 68.5 cents per $100 of valuation for both real and personal property.
“On $100,000 of assessed property, it would increase the property owner’s taxes about $28 a year,” Abrams said.
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