Feb. 6 2014
Fluvanna County taxpayers could have higher taxes if a new budget for the school district is approved.
County Administrator Steve Nichols presented his budget for next year to the board of supervisors, which includes a jump in the tax rate of five and a half cents. That would make the tax rate 85 cents per $100 of value.
Nicholas’ budget also includes an increase in school funding of $1 million, but that's still half a million less than schools requested.
The plan is for the 2015 fiscal year.
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