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Hardin County Schools’ board voted Thursday not to change its tax rate.
HCS board approved a total tax rate of 58.7 cents per $100 on assessed real and personal property, 54 cents on motor vehicles and a 3 percent tax on utilities.
The vote was unanimous. Board member Charlie Wise wasn’t present for the meeting.
With the rate, the district will receive approximately $1.5 million more in revenue because of an increase in property value assessments. Assessments have increased by about $177.6 million from last year.
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