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Following weeks of workshops, discussions and deliberations, Paris City Council on Monday unanimously approved adopting the 2017-18 fiscal year tax rate and budget. The new tax rate will be $0.55195 per $100 valuation tax rate. Under the new rate, if a taxpayer’s property has a valuation of $100,000, he or she would pay $551.95.
Both the tax rate and budget for the 2017-18 fiscal year are expected to be adopted when Paris City Council meets at 5:30 p.m. on Monday in City Council Chambers. The new tax rate will be $0.55195 per $100 valuation tax rate. The 5 cent increase from last year’s tax rate is due to bonds approved by voters in May to replace many of the city’s most heavily traveled streets, as well as improve several of Paris’ parks. kA 4=2DDlQA`Qm&?56C E96 ?6H C2E6[ :7 2 E2IA2J6C’D AC@A6CEJ 92D 2 G2=F2E:@?
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Selecting a term
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