County votes not to increase taxes

By SUSAN AMUNDSON,

The Marion County Board of Supervisors reversed course Friday and voted 4-1 not to increase property taxes for the upcoming fiscal year.

The county had advertised for a potential 4.4-mill increase in the property tax rate that determines how much property owners pay on houses, businesses, land and car tags.

 
 
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