Proposition ‘1’
Logan-Rogersville Fire Protection District
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IMPACT ON HOMEOWNERS How Will the Tax Increase Affect Homeowners? The Logan-Rogersville Fire Protection District is asking for a 25-cent property tax levy August 4, which will increase the current levy from 37 cents to 62 cents per $100 of assessed valuation. The assessed valuation of the property is done every odd year (2011, 2013, etc.) by the County Assessor's office. It is a percentage of the property value. For more information on how assessed value is determined contact your county’s assessor’s office to determine the value of your property. The formula for a homeowner is: Your Home Valuation divided by 100, multiplied by .19 (percent used by county to find assessed value), and multiplied by Tax Levy. Below is a chart to help quickly determine the impact of the tax levy increase
Home   Current Total Tax   Proposed Total Tax   Total Yearly     Difference   Value   37 cents   62 cents   Difference   per Month   $75,000    $52.11    $87.74    $35.63    $2.97    $100,000    $69.48    $116.98    $47.50    $3.96    $125,000    $86.85    $146.23    $59.38    $4.95    $150,000    $104.22    $175.47    $71.25    $5.94    $175,000    $121.60    $204.72    $83.13    $6.93    $200,000    $138.97    $233.97    $95.00    $7.92    $225,000    $156.34    $263.21    $106.88    $8.91    $250,000    $173.71    $292.46    $118.75    $9.90    $275,000    $191.08    $321.70    $130.63    $10.89    $300,000    $208.45    $350.95    $142.50    $11.88 Back Proposition 1
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IMPACT ON HOMEOWNERS How Will the Tax Increase Affect Homeowners? The Logan-Rogersville Fire Protection District is asking for a 25-cent property tax levy August 4, which will increase the current levy from 37 cents to 62 cents per $100 of assessed valuation. The assessed valuation of the property is done every odd year (2011, 2013, etc.) by the County Assessor's office. It is a percentage of the property value. For more information on how assessed value is determined contact your county’s assessor’s office to determine the value of your property. The formula for a homeowner is: Your Home Valuation divided by 100, multiplied by .19 (percent used by county to find assessed value), and multiplied by Tax Levy. Below is a chart to help quickly determine the impact of the tax levy increase
Home   Current Total Tax   Proposed Total Tax   Total Yearly     Difference   Value   37 cents   62 cents   Difference   per Month   $75,000    $52.11    $87.74    $35.63    $2.97    $100,000    $69.48    $116.98    $47.50    $3.96    $125,000    $86.85    $146.23    $59.38    $4.95    $150,000    $104.22    $175.47    $71.25    $5.94    $175,000    $121.60    $204.72    $83.13    $6.93    $200,000    $138.97    $233.97    $95.00    $7.92    $225,000    $156.34    $263.21    $106.88    $8.91    $250,000    $173.71    $292.46    $118.75    $9.90    $275,000    $191.08    $321.70    $130.63    $10.89    $300,000    $208.45    $350.95    $142.50    $11.88 Back Proposition 1