Vote for Proposed Hospital District Tax Rate Increase - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

9/12/04

Vote for Proposed Hospital District Tax Rate Increase

The Lubbock County Commissioners are expected to vote on the proposed hospital district tax rate increase Monday.

University Medical Center is proposing a 3% increase to its property tax rate. If the proposal passes, a person owning an $80,000 home would pay about $2.52 more per year.

The hospital would receive about $645,000 more in revenue.

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