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Town Council to hold public hearing Tuesday

Pulaski Town County will hold a public hearing Tuesday night on its proposed 30-cent real estate tax rate for the 2009-10 fiscal year
The hearing will be held during council’s regular monthly meeting that gets underway at 7 p.m. in council chambers on the second floor of Pulaski Municipal Building.
The proposed rate, which takes into account the county’s latest property reassessment, would be a two-cent reduction over the current 32-cent rate.
Other items on the agenda Tuesday include:

• Presentations to the May Employee of the Month and to Ron Hall of Pulaski Industrial Development Authority.
• A public comment period.
• Updates on several town projects, including the community garden, train station rebuild, museum building, blight, NEEMO and a potential boundary line adjustment.
• A vote on classification grade adjustments for employees.
• A vote on a new ordinance waiving certain decal and license fees for law enforcement and firefighters living in the town.
• Discussion of the possible need to appoint someone to an expired cemetery trustee position.
• A vote on a new ordinance amending reconnection fees for the town.
• Discussion of tax relief guidelines.

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Town Council to hold public hearing Tuesday

Pulaski Town County will hold a public hearing Tuesday night on its proposed 30-cent real estate tax rate for the 2009-10 fiscal year
The hearing will be held during council’s regular monthly meeting that gets underway at 7 p.m. in council chambers on the second floor of Pulaski Municipal Building.
The proposed rate, which takes into account the county’s latest property reassessment, would be a two-cent reduction over the current 32-cent rate.
Other items on the agenda Tuesday include:

• Presentations to the May Employee of the Month and to Ron Hall of Pulaski Industrial Development Authority.
• A public comment period.
• Updates on several town projects, including the community garden, train station rebuild, museum building, blight, NEEMO and a potential boundary line adjustment.
• A vote on classification grade adjustments for employees.
• A vote on a new ordinance waiving certain decal and license fees for law enforcement and firefighters living in the town.
• Discussion of the possible need to appoint someone to an expired cemetery trustee position.
• A vote on a new ordinance amending reconnection fees for the town.
• Discussion of tax relief guidelines.

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