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Proposed Seneca city budget contains mill levy hike
07/11/2018

(KMZA)--The Seneca City Council has approved for publication a proposed 2019 city budget of $11.8 million that calls for a nearly 4.2 mill property tax levy increase.

The Council took the action last week.

The proposed budget contains an estimated tax rate of 36.46 mills, which is the maximum the city is able to levy to remain under state property tax lid.

The mill levy would generate just over $858,000.

The mill levy has remained at about 32 mills for several years.

The Council is to consider adoption of the budget following a public hearing at their August 15th meeting.

City Administrator Matt Rehder says the Council can lower the mill levy following the hearing but it can’t go up from what’s been published.   

 

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