Fire district mill rate would double, according to estimates
By Sandy Barnes
Monday, October 21, 2013 at 6:53 am (Updated: October 30, 9:56 am)
Indian Hills residents sharply criticized a proposed bond issue for a new fire station, which would double the current mill rate in their district, during a community meeting Oct. 17.
If passed in the November mail-in election, ballot measure 5A would generate $3 million to build a larger facility that would replace the present 57-year-old structure. The actual debt incurred by the district could be as much as $5 million in total repayment costs.
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