At the Collin County Commissioners Court meeting, commissioners voted to drop the tax rate 7 percent to $0.208395 per $100 valuation.
This is the largest tax rate cut in 30 years. They also approved the county’s combined budget of $322.7 million.
County officials said the total included operating funds, which further include the
- general fund
- road and bridge fund
- permanent improvement funds
- debt service funds.
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Other funds included are county health care, insurance and the Collin County Toll Road Authority.
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