Tax levy adopted in Creek
Melissa Lampe Special to the Union JOHNSON CREEK - The owners of properties in Johnson Creek that have experienced a decrease in assessed valuation over the past year will see little to no increase in the village portion of their property taxes in 2012, based on the budget and tax levy approved on Monday.
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#1 Dec 1, 2011
Why are we not seeing a reduction in
Taxes? Why don't we bring in more businesses like Woodmans? We could use a grocery store and a Target or a department store other than WALMART.
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