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News : Gallatin Aldermen Approve Tax Levy
Posted by Randy on 2013/8/28 9:56:57 (259 reads) News by the same author

The Gallatin Board Of Aldermen has approved a property tax levy of nearly 87 cents on the 100 dollars of Assessed valuation.

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That includes slightly over 62 cents for general purposes, Just over 22 cents for the park fund, and nearly two cents on the 100 dollars for the band fund. The band fund is used to provide financial assistance for requested entertainment for the community.

Gallatin aldermen approved an increase on September electric bills of one cent per kilowatt of electricity used. The Gallatin council has been making the adjustments this summer in response to wholesale costs to purchase power.

Certified public accountant Scott Stephens of Chillicothe was approved to perform the 2013 audit at a cost not to exceed 55-hundred dollars, plus out of pocket expenses.

Gallatin aldermen approved the appointment of Isaac Huffman to the park board until June of 2016.

Aldermen approved an ordinance establishing a procedure to disclose potential conflicts of interest and substantial Interests for municipal officials.

city administrator Zach Johnson said park street would be resurfaced with hot mix next month using the Transportation tax fund.

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