Dunwoody city officials are proposing keeping the city property tax rate at 2.74 mills, the same rate imposed since the city’s founding, despite an increase in property values in the city, the city announced. The city says the adjusted tax digest in Dunwoody rose to about $2.35 billion in 2014, up from about $2.14 billion in 2013.

The higher tax digest will produce about $6.5 million in revenue, or about $590,000 more in tax revenue than in 2013, the city said.

City officials plan to hold three public hearings on the tax rate and increase in property assessments. The hearings are scheduled for 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. June 9, and 7 p.m. on June 24. The hearings are scheduled for City Hall.

 

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