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.
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.