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Proposed Seneca budget contains mill levy increase
07/22/2019

(KMZA)--The Seneca City Council has approved for publication a proposed 2020 city budget of nearly $12.8 million that calls for a more than 3 mill property tax levy increase.

The Council took the action when they meet last Wednesday evening.

City Administrator Matt Rehder says the budget contains an estimated tax rate of 35.624, which is the maximum allowed under the state’s tax lid.   

Rehder recommended the maximum amount be published. However, he said  its the Council’s intent to lower the levy before giving final approval.  The levy has been at about 32.338 for a number of years.

The proposed budget calls for the city to collect more than $851,000 in tax revenue, a more than $90,000 increase over this year.

The Council will consider adoption of the 2020 budget following a public hearing at the August 7 meeting.  

 

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