2012 Property Tax Rate to be Set in Town and Country
Monday, aldermen are discussing the the city's proposed zero percent 2012 property tax rate in Town and Country. View full board of aldermen agenda here.
A public hearing for the city's 2012 property tax rate is scheduled for Monday night's Town and Country Board of Aldermen meeting.
The city is once again proposing to maintain the city's current property tax rate at zero percent.
Currently, residents in Town and Country do not pay a city property tax. Each year, cities across St. Louis County have to set their property tax rates.
The city's property tax rate has been zero percent since 1996, according to City Clerk Pam Burdt. (See the PDF portion of this article for specific information on these tax rates.)
Also Monday, a vote could come on approving an amended final site development plan for Missouri Baptist Medical Center. As previously reported by Patch, the hospital wants to reduce the size of a medical office building to be constructed sometime in the future and instead build a two-story addition on top of an existing parking garage.
See agenda and supporting documents above for complete details.
Check back to Town and Country - Manchester Patch Tuesday for any updates.
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