Pending a public hearing next month, Taylor County School Board members have approved the 2008-2009 tax rates.
The rates are down from last year, Superintendent Gary Seaborne told Board members during its regular meeting Aug. 12.
"The last two or three years we've dropped a tenth of a cent, but this time they are significantly lower," Seaborne said.
The tax on real property dropped .6 cent to 41.2 cents per $100 assessed value. The District's "nickel tax" rate dropped .1 cent to 5.7 cents. Personal property dropped from 44.6 to 43.8.
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