DeKalb City Council sets hearing on property tax levy
DeKALB – DeKalb residents could see their property tax rate rise based on decisions the City Council makes on the levy in the coming weeks.
The city staff is recommending a tax levy of $10 million, which is higher than the $9.6 million levy they sought last year and covers increased pension costs. The tax levy represents the amount of money the city hopes to collect in property taxes.
“We’re trying to set a ceiling,” said Assistant City Manager Rudy Espiritu. “This would incorporate all of the city’s pension costs.”
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