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Judge-executive plans to hold tax rate steady

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Hardin Fiscal Court to consider recommendation Tuesday

The News-Enterprise

Hardin County Judge-Executive Harry Berry will recommend county government’s property tax rate remain at 10.9 cents per $100 of valuation. It’s been unchanged since 2009, when the rate was reduced from 11 cents per $100.

Berrymade the announcement Thursday and will take his recommendation to Hardin Fiscal Court at Tuesday afternoon’s meeting. If approved, the county tax rate will be equal to or below the state’s defined compensating rate for the fourth time.


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