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Sheriff Jerry Clayton

Tax Votes

There are two big millages on the November 7 ballot.

From the November, 2017 issue

The city council elections are unlikely to yield any surprises (see p. 27). But two millage votes will critically impact education and social services. If both pass, the owners of a house with a taxable value of $150,000 would pay $150 annually for each.

 
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