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School tax rates set

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By Becky Cassell, Editor

No one chose to speak out against either public school system's proposed tax rate increase.

At Campbellsville Independent Schools, the Board had its required public hearing at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday.

According to Finance Director Gayle Newton, who recommended the increase to the Board, the new rate is 43.8 cents per hundred dollars of real and tangible property value. The motor vehicle and watercraft property tax rate is 55.4 cents.

The rate will generate an additional $84,521.79 this coming year, which is the allowed 4 percent increase.


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