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Butler County proposes budget without tax increase

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By Bill Vidonic
Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013, 6:24 p.m.

Butler County Commissioners on Tuesday proposed a 2014 budget that keeps property taxes flat.

The $194.7 million budget keeps the millage rate at 24.628, with the property tax millage at 20.688. Property owners also pay a 3.94-mill property tax that goes toward county debt.

A vote on the budget is scheduled for Dec. 31.

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