Glendale mayor proposes property tax hike

By Steve Stockmar | Your Valley

Glendale residents on Friday will start to see notices of a potential property tax rate increase — but the rate may not actually go up.

Or, it may.

The discussion came in the last 20 minutes of the City Council’s nearly four-hour workshop April 8 dedicated to the city’s budget. Mayor Jerry Weiers broached the idea of the Council exercising its constitutional right to unilaterally raise the city’s property tax by 2 percent without a public vote in order to offset an expected increase in claims and costs to the city’s workers’ compensation funds.

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