Monday, June 24, 2013 at 12:15 am (Updated: June 24, 12:31 am)
Rockwood residents will be paying a little more in city property taxes in the coming fiscal year.
Rockwood City Council last week approved second and final reading of a budget that includes a 5-cent property tax increase.
That brings the city’s property-tax rate to 95 cents per $100 valuation toward a budget with $5.4 million in expected general fund revenue and expenditures.
“I still have the same objections now as I did before,” said Vice Mayor Peggy Evans, who cast the only dissenting vote on the budget.
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