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Fulton County budget includes tax-rate decrease

Board approves $85.2M plan with 6.7% average cut

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Taxes will go down for most property owners under Fulton County’s $85.2 million budget for 2014. The county’s Board of Supervisors on Monday approved the spending plan, which cuts the average countywide tax rate by $0.74 per $1,000 of assessed value, according to county Budget Director Alice Kuntzsch. The budget calls for collecting $27,338,407 in property taxes while making use of about $6,223,800 in reserves and fund balance. County taxes will vary by municipality, but ...


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