Council: Smyrna’s millage rate will remain the same
by Hilary Butschek
04:00 AM, Thursday, July 24
SMYRNA — Residents of Smyrna will not see their taxes increase in the coming year after the City Council approved keeping the city’s millage rate the same this week. Smyrna’s millage rate will stay at 8.99 mills after a 4-2 vote, with Wade Lnenick...

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