Proposed spending plans in the four Lake Norman towns, if adopted, would hold the line on property tax rates for the next year. Huntersville’s budget includes money to hire new town employees, includng two police officers.
Proposed spending plans in the four Lake Norman towns, if adopted, would hold the line on property tax rates for the next year. Huntersville’s budget includes money to hire new town employees, includng two police officers. DAVIE HINSHAW Charlotte Observer file photo
Proposed spending plans in the four Lake Norman towns, if adopted, would hold the line on property tax rates for the next year. Huntersville’s budget includes money to hire new town employees, includng two police officers. DAVIE HINSHAW Charlotte Observer file photo

Town budgets in Lake Norman hold the line on taxes

May 29, 2017 01:29 AM

UPDATED May 22, 2017 10:32 PM

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