The Platte County Commission voted last week to increase property taxes from 1 cent to 6 cents per $100 of assessed value to help pay for a police radio system. A citizen advisory group had recommended digging to park tax revenues and giving it to law enforcement, but the commission chose not to act on the parks tax realignment in time for the November ballot.
The Platte County Commission voted last week to increase property taxes from 1 cent to 6 cents per $100 of assessed value to help pay for a police radio system. A citizen advisory group had recommended digging to park tax revenues and giving it to law enforcement, but the commission chose not to act on the parks tax realignment in time for the November ballot. BIGSTOCK PHOTOS
The Platte County Commission voted last week to increase property taxes from 1 cent to 6 cents per $100 of assessed value to help pay for a police radio system. A citizen advisory group had recommended digging to park tax revenues and giving it to law enforcement, but the commission chose not to act on the parks tax realignment in time for the November ballot. BIGSTOCK PHOTOS

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