Homeowners in Prince William County will likely soon pay more in taxes, as the Virginia county considers larger-than-expected pay raises for school employees and local government workers.

In a public hearing on the proposed budget and tax rate Tuesday evening, David Sinclair with the county’s Office of Management and Budget said the proposal would raise the rate from $1.122 per $100 of assessed value to $1.125, “which results in an average tax bill increase of $71.”
Sinclair said the annual fire levy would also be raised slightly, “and that results in an average residential tax bill increase of $34.”
The increases of approximately $100 a year are expected to be adopted April 18.

Read Full Story: Prince William Co. weighs higher taxes, larger raises – WTOP

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