Supervisors expected to approve property tax rates

The Mojave County board will also acknowledge property tax rates for other districts including the school, fire and special districts

By Jim Seckler

The Daily News Daily News

KINGMAN — The Mohave County supervisors will vote Monday on the primary and secondary property tax rates for the 2012-13 fiscal year.

Mohave County Board of Supervisors Chairman Buster Johnson

The supervisors are expected to approve the county’s primary and secondary property tax levies and rates for county operations. The primary property tax rate will remain unchanged at $1.81 per $100 assessed value on a home. The county’s operations include the general fund, television, flood control and library districts.

Total revenue from the primary and secondary tax rates for 2012-13 would be more than $50.8 million. Secondary property taxes come from the television, fire, library and flood control districts.

The board proposes to set the library district tax rate at $0.3236 per $100 assessed value of a home for the 2012-13 fiscal year. The flood control district tax rate was set at $0.50 per $100 assessed value. The television district tax rate was set at $0.0867 per $100 assessed value and the tax rate for the Holiday Lighting District was set at $0.0138 per $100 assessed value.


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