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Synonyms for property tax

a capital tax on property imposed by municipalities


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But on the first play of the fourth, Millage broke free for a 70-yard touchdown, sparking the comeback for the Generals (8-2), the PIL champion.
The adopted operating millage rate for fiscal 2018 was 5.8732 mills compared to a statutory property tax cap of 10 mills.
"I have had some sleepless nights over this, but the intent of the law needs to be defined and clarified for us to feel comfortable to go forward with this millage," she said.
Millage, aged 46, pleaded guilty to ten offences of selling unclassified videos and DVDs.
Shooting: Field goals 44.9%, 3-point baskets - 4-15 (Redhage 2-3, Dodd 1-2, Millage 1-6, Diogu 0-1, Hill 0-1, Braxton 0-2.
The non-voted general operating millage rate adopted for fiscal 2017 was 7.37 mills compared to a statutory limit of 10 mills.
12 to decide a millage increase to benefit the city's public library.
He says 75 percent of the funding is coming from Grenada County through existing millage rates.
The Evening Telegraph was also able to pass on details of an e-mail from Janet Sime (nee Millage) who went on to make her home in South Africa.
In ASU's win a week ago, Curtis Millage led the Devils with 27 points and Tommy Smith added 24.
Within the remaining millage capacity, the 6% limit on annual property tax revenue gains totals $16 million (equal to 1.3% of revenues in 2017) -- contributing to the city's overall ample revenue flexibility.
Finance Director Donna Williams said the notices are merely estimates based on last year's millage and this year's fees as required by Georgia law.