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Public Speaks Up: Hearing Held on Proposed Tax Hike

Published: 5:11 PM, 08/14/2012


Citizens addressed the Greene County Commission about proposals to increase funding for local schools on Aug. 13, 2012, at the Greene County Courthouse. Later in the day, commissioners approved a 20-cent increase to the Greene County property tax rate, mainly to benefit schools. Here are selected comments from individuals who spoke. Greeneville Sun video by Brian Cutshall.
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