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Tax bill increases hit home

Tax bills have started arriving at homes across Pike County. They are due Dec. 27 and a few residents have already started paying. Property taxes increased by just over 3 mills in the county this year. Pike County property taxes will collect $5,536,860.38 for the county maintenance and operation costs and $5,886,828.84 for the school M&O in addition to $1,067,312.45 for the school bond. ’It was an increase in taxes, so most people are going to be upset with the increase in costs,’ said Tax Commissioner Donna Wynn. ‘Anyone who needs answers about their tax bill can call me. I don’t set the millage rate and I don’t set the value, but I am the collector and I can direct anyone with questions to where they need to go.”

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