College Park to set millage rate for 2015
by Neighbor Staff
04:11 PM, Thursday, August 27
The mayor and city council of College Park announced Wednesday their intention to maintain the same ad valorem property tax millage rate of 12.619 mills. For the past three years, the city's millage rate has remained the same. The proposal by the ...

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