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Columbia City Council has first reading for tax ordinance

City will have compensating rate for 2017

By Ed Waggener

The Columbia City Council heard a first reading by Council Member Craig Dean of the tax ordinance setting the tax rate for 2017, which will be at the compensating rate, which amounts to $.259 on each $100 worth of lands, improvements, and personal property.

City Clerk Rhonda Loy said that the compensating rate is a rate at which the city will receive the same revenue, exclusive of additional property added to the rolls.

The ordinance which will become law following a second reading and approval of the city council, provides for a 2% discount for taxes paid on or before November 1, 2017, and all taxes not paid on or before January 3, 2018, will be delinquent and subject to a 10% penalty.




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Site work progressing on new Metcalfe Co. Government Center



2017-09-07 - 203 N Main Street, Edmonton, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Pyles Excavating of Columbia, KY, is making great progress on the site work for the new Metcalfe County Fiscal Court Government Office building at 203 N Main Street, Edmonton, KY. Metcalfe CJE Greg Wilson and the E/MC Chamber of Commerce held groundbreaking ceremonies just 30 days ago. - EW

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Columbia City Council - Watching for 4pmCT



2017-09-07 - City Hall, 116 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Mayor Curtis Hardwick kept an eye on the City Council meeting room official clock, waiting for 4pmCT to call this afternoon's meeting to order. Four council members, Craig Dean, Linda Waggener, Pam Hoots and Mark D. Harris, City Clerk Rhonda Loy, and City Attorney Marshall Loy and members of the media were present for the two-minute session, which included only a call to order, the reading of the tax ordinance for 2017, and adjournment. The city is adopting a compensating rate for 2017. - EW.

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