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With no comment from the public, the Chiefland City Commission unanimously approved a tentative tax rate and budget for the upcoming year in Monday night’s budget meeting.
The tax, or millage, rate was set at 4.7500 mills and, if approved in the next commission meeting, will take effect at the beginning of October. A mill is one dollar per one thousand dollars of taxable value. So, that means people who own property accessed at $100,000 would pay about $475 in property taxes next year.
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