Taxpayers will likely pay a bit more to the Campbellsville Board of Education this year.
On Monday, Campbellsville School Board members voted that they intend to set tax rates this year to increase the District's revenue by 4 percent.
As such, the rate will increase from 49.7 cents to 53.3 cents per $100 of assessed property value.
As a result, the Board will have a hearing for comment about the rates and then formally vote on them during their next regular meeting on Sept. 9.
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