At its Tuesday December 1, 2015 meeting the Wichita City Council is scheduled to consider new water and sewer rates. The following table from the agenda packet shows the proposed changes for different classes of customers.
Wichita property tax rate: Up, just a littleBob WeeksNovember 30, 2022The City of Wichita property tax mill levy rose very slightly for 2022. (more…)
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Isn’t the percentage increase here about the same as the proposed increases in the mayor and city council members salaries?
I noticed that my city property tax bill went up this year. Even though the mill levy increase was small, it was still an increase since I was fortunate, and my home’s valuation was unchanged this year.
I remember our local liberal news media claiming that the next city budget, “..did not raise the mill levy.” Yeah, right #%@$!. Now the utility rates continue to rise too.