ROGERS -- The Rogers City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to keep the city's property tax rate the same for the next year.
The city's millage rate will be 3.3 mills, which consists of 2.4 mills for the general fund and 0.9 mills for the library. A mill is the rate at which property is taxed and is equal to one-tenth of a cent.
Council members also voted to rezone about 2 acres west of Eighth Street and south of West Willow Street on the city's east side from neighborhood residential to commercial at the request of Carl Russell and Karen Burks. Bill Watkins, a representative on the project, said the land was being rezoned to allow a multi-tenant retail development.
The council also agreed to rezone about 2 acres off of South First Street on the city's east side from agricultural to residential duplex to allow a duplex development at the request of Leonel Rubio.
NW News on 09/11/2019
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