Wednesday, August 29, 2012 at 3:19 am (Updated: August 29, 3:31 am)
Henry County property taxes will not increase this year, but the magistrates who voted to leave property taxes flat will begin meeting to look at how they might slice a little more out of the county budget.
“We had a good run of eight years in the black and built our funds up to over $2 million,” Henry County Judge-Executive John Logan Brent told the magistrates last week. “Then we were down a little in 2011, but nothing that I think was too concerning… but last year, we had a tough year, down over $500,000.”
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