SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Bullitt County taxpayers will be contributing a few extra dollars to the coffers of the public school system when bills are sent out this fall.
The Bullitt County Public School Board unanimously approved the increase allowed to generate 4 percent more revenue than the previous year.
The real property tax, which includes a “double nickel” for construction projects only, will go from 52.3 cents per $100 of assessed property to 52.9 cents.
In other words, a $100,000 home would see a $6 annual increase from $523 to $529.
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