Voter approval needed for county fire millage increase

By MARK ROGERS,

Increasing the property taxes that go to the Tri-Community Volunteer Fire Department would require voter approval, according to an attorney general opinion.

County Board Attorney Joe Shepard sought the opinion after firefighters asked supervisors in July for an increase of their tax rate from one mill to two mills.

 
 
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