Millage rates expected to stay the same
Cobb County and its six cities are preparing to approve their fiscal year 2010 millage rates, which, according to legal advertisements, are not expected to change from the year before.
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#1 Jul 21, 2010
Teachers are withering with furlough days--5 this coming year and 5 lasy year with a 2% decrease in salary added on to those furlogh days--and you do not think we Cobb residents need to raise taxes--yet teachers are suposed to offer your children quality education when they can no longer pay their bills!!!
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