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Forsyth County property tax rate could rise 9.3 percent with revaluation

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Posted: Wednesday, February 6, 2013 8:18 pm

When Forsyth County commissioners meet this morning to talk about the 2013-14 budget, they’ll be looking at preliminary numbers that show property values in Forsyth County have dropped overall by about 8 percent, largely because of revaluation.

The estimates for now show that the county tax rate may have to go from 67.4 cents per $100 of property to 73.7 cents for the county’s property tax revenues to just stay even with the current fiscal year.

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