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Latest News for Newport (Unincorporated County Area), WA

County ruling allows city to collect more revenue next year
rentonreporter.com Renton, WA
November 25, 2013
Renton, WA A ruling earlier this year from King County will allow the City of Renton to collect more revenue in 2014 than previously expected. The change could mean about $16 more per year per tax bill on a $300,000 home. According to Administrative Services Administrator Iwen Wang, who gave a presentation to the City Council Monday on the mid-biennial budget amendment, the budget was prepared assuming a levy of $3.10 per $1,000 assessed value maximum for 2013. Because the total valuation of the city dropped, the city hit the maximum tax rate and was required to collect less in revenue than in 2012. But the city raised a question to the county regarding the annexation into the King County Library System and the county agreed that because of the annexation, the city was not...  Read More