property tax levy

School Board Members Carol Cook and Brian Anderson recognized for years of service at their last meeting The Rush City School Board on Dec. 19 approved the 2014 property tax levy at $1.83 million, reflecting a 3.18 percent increase over this year’s levy. In dollars and cents, the levy amounts to a $56,353 increase following [...]

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The NBAPS School Board’s proposed property tax levy, approved Thursday, is 13 percent higher than last year’s final levy, but Director of Finance and Personnel Randi Johnson said the preliminary amount, compared to other past years, isn’t a substantial increase. The board approved the preliminary levy 4-1 with Board Member Randy Westby voting no. Johnson [...]

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Taxpayers in North Branch likely won’t notice much of a change in the city portion of their property tax statements next year. By a 4-0 vote — Mayor Ron Lindquist was absent for the meeting — the council on Monday approved the preliminary budget and property tax levy for 2014. The total levy is $3,879,860, [...]

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At the Harris Truth in Taxation meeting Dec. 6, the proposed budget had a levy increase of .37 percent.   That amount was brought to the Dec. 10 regularly scheduled council meeting for approval.  During the discussion and review of the final levy for 2012, it was noted the city’s wastewater treatment facility had brought [...]

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For the fifth year in a row, Chisago County is looking to keep its property-tax rate flat. At an afternoon budget workshop meeting Aug. 22, County Administrator Bruce Messelt presented the county board with the first draft of the preliminary budget he and other county staff have been working on since January. Following recommendations by [...]

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