Albemarle County set a $0.71 real estate tax rate last night, Jeremy Borden writes in today’s Progress. It was 4-2, and you know how that vote broke down. That’s a $0.03 increase over the current rate, and precisely the same as the $0.71 ceiling that the BoS recently set. That leaves the county with a $334.7M budget.
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Of course they did.
With more people moving from the city into the county, I wouldn’t be surprised if the tax rate continues to increase.
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