DeKalb County lowers property taxes for first time...
by Christine Fonville
10:11 AM, Wednesday, July 29
DeKalb County residents will pay less in taxes this year thanks to a lower millage rate of 20.81 mills, down 0.4 mills from 21.21 mills in 2014, which represents the first downward adjustment of the tax rate since 2004. Interim CEO Lee May said in...

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