Friday, September 23, 2011 at 4:55 pm (Updated: September 23, 5:24 pm)
SHEPHERDSVILLE - If the Bullitt County Public School Board follows a recommendation from its superintendent, property owners will be paying a little more on their tax bills in October.
With state funding shrinking, superintendent Keith Davis will recommend that the board accept an increase in the real property tax from 55.2 cents per $100 of assessed value to 57.6 cents.
On a $100,000 home, the increase would be $24.
To receive about the same revenue as a year ago, the compensating rate would be 55.1 cents or real property.
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