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Latest News for Elmore, AL

City Approves Business License Rate Changes
The Anniston Star Anniston, AL
November 11, 2014

The Anniston City Council on Monday raised license fees for many local businesses through an update to its rate structure that could generate $350,000 in annual revenue.

City officials say the change will modernize the city's business license rate methodology and bring it in line with those in similar state municipalities. They also say it will add much-needed revenue to a city that has seen its tax sources decline in recent years. Some local business owners say they'd rather not pay a higher fee, but appreciate the city's efforts to negotiate a fair rate increase with them prior to the vote.

Councilman David Reddick was the only council member to vote against the changes. Reddick said raising taxes will just hurt the city.

"We should look at taking care of our...  Read More