Columbus property taxes: Millage rates increase to near 2009 level
Property taxes are going up in Columbus. When the city government put the latest Local Option Sales Tax to a referendum in 2008, it was with the understanding that if it passed, millage rates would be cut sharply in 2010, giving property owners a one-year break in the approximate amount that the sales tax would produce.
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#1 Jun 8, 2011
Where can I find the ordance/law that set up the 2008 LOST. I'm interested in how the collected funds are used to rollback property taxes and for how long.
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