SHEPHERDSVILLE - For the first time in recent history, Bullitt County officials have opted to increase the tax rate on property owners.
Instead of settling for the current rate of 9.3 cents on each $100 of assessed property, Bullitt Fiscal Court voted 3-2 to take the compensating rate of 9.6 cents.
On a $100,000 home, the increase would be $3, from $93 to $96.
By taking the compensating rate, will avoid losing tax revenue from the current year.
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