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2019 Brown Co budget adopted
08/09/2018

Brown County Courthouse

(KNZA)--The Brown County Commission has adopted a 2019 budget of nearly $11 million that contains a nearly one mill property tax levy decrease.

Approval of the budget followed a hearing Monday drawing no public comment.

The budget contains an estimated tax rate of 31.9 mills, with the amount of tax to levied at more than $6 million.

The Commission was able to lower the mill levy due to a nearly $16 million increase in the county’s assessed valuation.

Even through the budget contains a mill levy decrease, the county will collect an additional $335,000 in local taxes due to the increase in the assessed valuation.

 

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