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Chesterfield increases real estate tax by one penny, per every $100

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CHESTERFIELD, Va. (WTVR) — The Chesterfield Board of Supervisors reconvened Wednesday after postponing a vote two weeks ago.

They voted to increase the real estate tax one penny, from 95 cents to 96 cents for every $100 dollars.

The proposed tax increase come after residents approved capital projects, but voted against a meals tax.

A majority of the proposed cuts are now off the table, but there is still a chance the board could approve a few minor cuts tonight.

CBS 6 will continue to update the web throughout the meeting.

1 Comment

  • Gerry

    The county could have voted for 2 cent increase and no one would have noticed it. Instead they will have to set up speed traps on 288!

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