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May 23, 2014 2:17 PM

Union County considers 13% property tax hike for schools

The county commissioners’ proposal raises the rate from 66 cents to 74.69 cents for every $100 in valuation. The money would be used to cover school district expenses but it’s unclear if that amount would satisfy the school board.

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