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$15 million proposed Bel Air budget includes first tax increase since 2004 to help pay for police station

April 21, 2021

Bel Air’s proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year cracked $15.1 million — an approximately $836,000 increase from the year before, according to a presentation of the tentative budget made Monday. The tentative fiscal year 2022 budget includes a 4-cent property tax increase, the town’s first in almost two decades. The increase would take Bel Air’s personal property tax for business to $1.20 per $100 of assessable value and its real property tax for residences to 54 cents per $100 of assessed value.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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