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The Grant County Fiscal Court paln to hear more public comments about a proposed emergency services taxing district at 6 p.m. on Dec. 13.
The Grant County Fire Chiefs’ Association proposed an emergency services tax last year to to help generate revenue for both fire and ambulance services.
After initially proposing a tax rate of 11 cents per $100 assessed value, the association dropped the rate to 7.5 cents, which would cost taxpayers $75 on a $100,000 home.
It is estimated the 7. 5 percent tax rate would generate about $600,000 per year.
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