Snoqualmie holds public hearing on 2018 property tax levy Oct. 23; second hearing set for Nov. 13

  • Monday, October 23, 2017 10:24am
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A public hearing on the city of Snoqualmie’s 2018 revenue sources and levying of property taxes will be held on 7 p.m., Monday, Oct. 23at the Snoqualmie City Council meeting. Nicholas Lee, Chief Finance Officer, will give a presentation on the budget status and financial condition of the city in advance of the hearing.

After the public hearing and presentations, including recognizing citizens who have completed the 2017 Citizens Academy, the regular city council meeting will begin.

Another public hearing on the same topic will also be held at the city council meeting on Monday, Nov. 13.

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