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Revised 2020 Seneca city budget adopted

(KMZA)--The Seneca City Council has adopted a revised city budget for 2020 that keeps the mill levy at about the same level its been for several years.

The Council took the action Wednesday evening following a hearing drawing no public comment.

The budget contains an estimated tax rate of 32.588 mills.  

 It includes a quarter mill increase as requested by the Seneca Library Board.

The budget calls for the city collect nearly $779,000 in local taxes.  

The Council had approved for publication a proposed budget that called for a nearly 3.3 mill levy increase.  It contained the maximum tax rate allowed to  remain under the state tax lid.

However, the Council opted to adopt a second version that keeps the same, lower tax levy the city has assessed for the last several years ( 32.340 mills ), plus the quarter mill increase for the library.


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