The City of Loganville is not expected to raise the millage rate in 2019

The Loganville City Council will vote on the 2019 Millage Rate at the Aug. 8 City Council Meeting

Unlike the City of Monroe and Walton County, the City of Loganville will not be holding public hearings for a potential millage rate increase in 2019. The City Council will be presenting the tax digest and the 2019 Millage Rate at Monday’s Work Session and then voting on it at the Regular August City Council meeting on Aug. 8.

“One big thing we want you to know is you’re not going to have a millage rate increase,” Loganville City Councilman Skip Baliles told residents at the TRIAD meeting in Loganville last week. “The Council will be presenting it at the City Council meeting and what is great, we will be adopting the roll-back rate so there will no increase.”

The advertised Millage Rate for 2019 is 12.32, less the rollback rate of 0.47 for a net 2019 millage rate of 11.85 mills. Below is the current 2019 Tax Digest and 5-year history.

Another item up for discussion at the Loganville City Council meeting is how to address the possibility of electric scooters hubs being set up around the city. The Loganville City Council Work Session for August 2019 is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 5, 2019, at Loganville City Hall, 4303 Lawrenceville Road. The voting session follows at the same time and place on Thursday, Aug. 8, 2019. The public is invited to both meetings. The full agenda follows.

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