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Homestead Exemption amendment reviewed

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By Jeff M. Hardison

BRONSON - Levy County Property Appraiser Francis Akins recently provided the first of four informational releases to explain a ballot question set for the Jan. 29 election.

Akins told the Chiefland Rotary Club on Dec. 19 that based on an average of 18 mills, a home valued at or above $75,000 would generate about $188.50 in savings if this proposed revision to the Florida Constitution is approved by voters.

Akins performed more calculations to show actual savings at current millages for various parts of Levy County for the increased Homestead Exemption amendment.


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