Lubbock City Council takes up tax rate - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/26/09

Lubbock City Council takes up tax rate

The Lubbock City Council will take up the issue of your property taxes twice in one week. The initial discussion is set for Tuesday, and it comes up again Thursday in a special agenda. Public records indicate the rate for next year will be $0.4464 per $100.  That's the same as the current rate.

In the last few weeks, City Manager Lee Ann Dumbauld told NewsChannel 11 that on average there is no increase in taxable values of existing homes. There will, however, be some increase in the taxable value of Lubbock due to new construction.

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