Kenosha County Executive Jim Kreuser on Tuesday night (Oct. 2) presented to the Kenosha County Board of Supervisors a proposed 2013 with no tax levy increase.
Last year, at a 1.88% tax levy increase, Kreuser’s 2012 budget was the lowest county tax increase in 25 years. The proposed zero levy increase is lower yet.
The average Kenosha County homeowner will see a tax decrease for County tax purposes of between $6 and nearly $7 for 2013, Kreuser said. The tax decrease is due, in part, to a slight increase in new construction in Kenosha County, Kreuser said, noting that many other counties had no boost in new construction.
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