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Residents silent on city taxes at hearing

Boerne officials held the first public hearings on a proposed property-tax rate and budget, but received no comment on the decreased rate that would bump the average tax bill about $100.

Boerne officials held the first public hearings on a proposed property-tax rate and budget, but received no comment on the decreased rate that would bump the average tax bill about $100.

After months of planning and meetings, city staff landed on a roughly $97 million budget as well as the lowered tax levy.

“ You know this is an interesting time in our annual process,” City Manager Ben Thatcher said of the process earlier. “ This is where the nitty gritty comes down to all our months of strategic planning, understanding citizen input, understanding master- plan needs, what do we need to effect and implement.”

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