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Residents of the five districts in Clay County will be seeing a decrease in their district's millage rates.
The figures were outlined in Clay County's 2013-2014 budget, which will be adopted by the Board of Supervisors at a hearing on Sept. 13.
The residents of each district will be asked to pay a separate tax, which is added to the county rate based on âwhatever debt has been issued by the supervisor,â Clay County Chancery Clerk Amy Berry said.
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