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25 Years Ago
In light of the closing of the Kayser-Roth hosiery plant and the loss of more than 1,000 jobs, Harriman City Council cut its tax rate from $2.67 to $1.50 per $100 valuation. The cut in the tax rate meant that Harriman City Schools received no funding from property taxes; instead, the school system was asked to rely on surplus funds, which were said to be in excess of $800,000. “We’re buying a year to make the hard decisions to plan for the future,” Harriman City Council member Jess Rittenhouse explained.
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