The City Council on Monday unanimously approved a 1 percent increase to residents’ property tax. The 1 percent hike means a homeowner whose home is valued at $250,000 can expect to pay $2.18 more in property taxes in 2017, according to city documents.
The City Council on Monday unanimously approved a 1 percent increase to residents’ property tax. The 1 percent hike means a homeowner whose home is valued at $250,000 can expect to pay $2.18 more in property taxes in 2017, according to city documents. Evan Abell eabell@bhamherald.com
The City Council on Monday unanimously approved a 1 percent increase to residents’ property tax. The 1 percent hike means a homeowner whose home is valued at $250,000 can expect to pay $2.18 more in property taxes in 2017, according to city documents. Evan Abell eabell@bhamherald.com

Ferndale property tax to increase by 1 percent in 2017, council votes unanimously

November 22, 2016 02:06 PM