The Douglas County Board of Commissioners plans to roll back its millage rate 4.43 percent Tuesday, which will have the effect of preventing a tax increase for county property owners. Read more here…
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The Douglasville City Council is expected to adopt millage rates for Fiscal Year 2018 on Thursday that could lead to higher taxes for many property owners in the city. The $27.4 million budget passed by the council in June was based on the city’s maintenance and operations millage rate staying at 6.911 mills, which is 4.38 percent over the rollback rate.
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