MOUNT WASHINGTON -- County officials can breathe a sigh of relief.
The Mount Washington City Council has voted to continue to take only 4 percent of the 5 percent insurance premium tax collected by the county.
Some cities have opted to take the entire 5 percent.
However, for at least the next year, Mount Washington will remain at the 4 percent mark.
If they had chosen to take the increase, city treasurer Peggy Brinkman said it would have meant an additional $120,000 for the city coffers.
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