Clay County voters approved 1 mill property tax for schools
Voters in Clay County approved the continuation of the additional 1 mill ad valorem tax for schools district and charter school security expenses. The ballot read, “to fund safety and security for public students and staff, and provide operating expenses of the district, beginning July 1, 2023 and ending June 30, 2027.
Nassau County voters approve 1 mill property tax for schools
Nassau County voters approved a 1 mill increase in property taxes to raise money to attract and retain high-quality teachers and staff, and enhance art, athletics, safety and security for students. The county expects it would raise $13.7 million each year.
Your Voice Matters: Clay County voters to decide on keeping property tax hike
Clay county voters will have the opportunity to vote on whether a property tax hike should remain in effect for another 4 years. This is the property tax increase passed by voters in 2018 to secure schools. Much of that money went to starting up a school district police force.
Now that the property tax for Duval County Schools has passed, questions remain
It's still not clear when Duval County homeowners will get a higher tax bill to fund higher pay for teachers. Voters approved the property tax rate hike on Tuesday, but the details of when it will take effect are still not clear.