The Jefferson County School Board will vote on Monday night to increase property tax by a tenth of a cent. This means a house valued at $100,000 dollars would pay an additional one dollar per year. The school board has raised property tax for three straight years to help balance the budget. This year’s increase… Continue reading JCPS Votes on Slight Property Tax Increase
The Jefferson County Board of Education Monday night approved its third consecutive property tax increase to help fund public schools. The money will go toward textbooks, employee raises and new construction. Earlier in the meeting, board members apologized for transportation problems on the first day of school.
When it comes to the state’s general fund, revenues are up more than 7% for the month of August.
The Jefferson County Board of Education will vote today on a proposal to raise property taxes in the county. School boards in Oldham and Bullitt Counties are also considering a tax hike. The Jefferson County proposal would raise the property tax by a penny, from 61-and-a-half to 62-and-a-half cents per one hundred dollars of assessed… Continue reading JCPS Considers Increasing Property Taxes