Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Welcome to my world, Claytonians.

Selma property owners saw a nickel tax increase last year. It has not gone away with a balanced budget, either.

From The Smithfield Herald:
On Monday, the Clayton Town Council voted 4-1 to approve a 5-cent tax increase, effective July 1. The rate will go up from 49 to 54 cents per $100 value. The town manager’s original budget did not call for an increase, but council members expressed concerns after learning the town’s cash reserves were likely to evaporate over the next few years.

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