JCPS Board Approves Tax Increase, But Doesn’t Create Additional Revenue

The Jefferson County School Board unanimously approved a tax increase of one-tenth of a cent at Monday’s board meeting. The increase is based on assessed property value. If a house is assessed at $100,000 dollars, it will mean a $1 increase in taxes this next year. This will be the fourth straight year the school… Continue reading JCPS Board Approves Tax Increase, But Doesn’t Create Additional Revenue

JCPS Votes on Slight Property Tax Increase

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