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Adair Fiscal Court 12 Sep 2017 Meeting - Tax rates set

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By Ed Waggener

The Adair County Fiscal Court voted unanimously to adopt a compensating tax rate, which is designed to keep revenues the same as last year except for any additional property which may be added to the rolls.

Tax rates were received from the Adair County Board of Education, and were also presented by representatives of the the Special Taxing Districts: Adair County Health Department, Angie Dye; Adair County Extension Service, Tony Rose; Adair County Public Library, Lee Ann Jessee; Adair County Ambulance Service, Tony Bragg; Adair County Soil Conservation Service; and the Adair County Public Hospital District, Neal Gold.

The attached chart, prepared by Landon Edwards of the Adair County Property Valuation Administrator's office, gives a comparison of rates for each of the entities, as well as State Rates, for 2015, 2016, and 2017.

This story was posted on 2017-09-14 13:11:10
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Adair County Tax Rates, with three year comparisons

2017-09-14 - Adair County PVA office, Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo prepared by Landon Edwards, Deputy PVA.
Deputy PVA Landon Edwards, in the office of Adair County PVA Jeff Feese, prepared a chart giving comparisons of tax rates for 2015, 2016, and 2017 (rates which will show on bills taxpayers will receive from the Sheriff's Office, for the State of Kentucky, Adair County Fiscal Court, and the special tax districts including, from top, Adair County Board of Education, Adair County Health Department, Adair County Extension Service, Adair County Public Library, the Adair County Ambulance Service, Adair County Soil Conservation, and the Adair County Public Hospital District. Taxpayers in the City of Columbia will receive separate property tax bills. - EW

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