LEBANON JUNCTION — City residents won’t see much of a change on their real and personal property tax bills this year.
In the midst of water and wastewater treatment increases, council members agreed they didn’t want to put an additional burden on taxpayers.
“I think with the water rates going up and with the other money coming in, we should keep them the same,” councilman Dion Collins said.
The council passed the rates at its September meeting.
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