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Warner Robins council approves new millage rate

Some property owners could see a higher tax bill.

WARNER ROBINS, Ga. — Warner Robins city council has approved their 2022 millage rate.

Some property owners could see a higher tax bill.

Earlier this month, Mayor LaRhonda Patrick proposed keeping the millage rate the same at 9.98 mills, but most Warner Robins property owners could see higher tax bills because property assessments went up and the city has not adopted the rollback rate.

The city notice says on average, the owner of a $150,000 home would pay about $64 more.

    

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