By a unanimous vote, Harrison County’s school taxes will increase again this year.
The board opted to move forward with an increase that will generate 4 percent more income for the district than last year.
The rate was set at 45.2 cents per $100 of assessed real and personal property. The motor vehicle tax was set at 50 cents per $100 assessment.
Julie Asher, school finance director, said the rationale behind the 4 percent recommendation was the difference between revenue generated with the compensating rate and the 4 percent.
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