“We’re climbing one way, but we keep falling another.”
Bill Oxendine, Knox County PVA, informed the Knox County Fiscal Court at its August meeting that the county has lost $7.5 million in assessments due to the loss of active mines in the county thanks to the clean burn law and higher use of natural gas.
The average tax bill, he said, will probably average about $1.40 more than last year.
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