2022 Cum Cap Tax Rate Increase

Cumulative Capital (Cum Cap) Development Rate Increase

reeves cum cap increase

May 2, 2022. BCM Facebook Post. Delay in getting the remonstrance petition.

April 28, 2022. BCM Facebook Post. 

    • FACT: The rate was voluntarily increased which results in collecting additional tax revenue.
    • Per commissioner Pittman: “This is not a new tax. It is actually not really an increase to where it was before it started this bumping down. It is taking it back up to where it was. You will pay a little more next year than you do this year. But it is not a new tax”

April 26, 2022. Commissioners vote to reestablish cumulative capital development rate Last week the Brown County Commissioners voted to approve the first step of a possible increase of less than $6 to property tax bills for the average property.

April 19, 2022. Commissioners set to vote on reestablishing cumulative capital development rate this week This week the Brown County Commissioners are expected to vote on the first step of a possible increase of less than $6 to property tax bills for the average property starting next week.

March 24, 2022. BCM Facebook Post: Timeline and Supporting Documentation

2021. Attempt to raise the tax rate failed due to not meeting required deadlines.

May 21, 2021. Cumulative capital development tax rate change delayed.   The tax rate for the county’s cumulative capital development fund will not increase next year after a legal notice was not advertised in time.

April 21, 2021. Commissioners plan to reestablish cumulative capital property tax  The Brown County Commissioners are set to vote this week on the first step of a possible increase of less than $2 to property…

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