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Taxes will be going up in Chiefland for the next fiscal year.
Commissioners voted unanimously Monday night to raise the millage rate by about 26 percent from 4.75 mills to 6 mills, the first rate increase the city has seen in years.
The new rate is not, technically, a tax hike. It's a roll back rate that aims to keep things even by adjusting for falling property values. In years past, commissioners failed to adopt a roll back rate, which amounted to tax cuts that have put the city in financial trouble.
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