# Millage rate
Orange Park town council adopts final budget, millage rate
Screenshot of Orange Park Town Council 9/20 meetingJulie Morgan. The Town of Orange Park adopted a final budget and millage rate for the fiscal year 2022/2023, but not before lengthy discussion; some of it contentious.
Green Cove Springs to raise millage rate by 32 percent
Green Cove Springs welcome signGreen Cove Springs Facebook. The city of Green Cove Springs is raising the millage rate for the fiscal year 2022/2023. The current rate is 3.8000 mills. The council adopted the new tentative millage rate of 4.5000 mills at the first public hearing. The vote was unanimous.
Orange Park Town Council leaves millage rate unchanged
(L-R) (Sam Garrison, Attorney; Doug Benefield, John Hauber, Randy Anderson, Susana Thompson, Alan Watt, Sarah Campbell, Town Manager)Screenshot of 8/2 Orange Park Town Council meeting.
Clay County commissioners leave millage rate unchanged
The millage rate set by the Clay County Board of County Commissioners remains unchanged, but residents in unincorporated areas will pay more. The commissioners voted on a maximum millage rate for fiscal year 2022-2023. The overall millage rate did not increase from the current rate, 8.601. However, the rate for two taxing units has changed. The rate for county services has decreased by 0.0122, but the rate for the unincorporated services (Municipal Service Taxing Units) has increased by the same amount to 0.1343.
Forsyth County residents sound off on the proposed school millage rate
The BOE discussed the millage rate June 21.(Photo/John Thompson) (Forsyth County, GA) The Forsyth County School Board meeting on June 21 saw several residents unload their frustrations over the system’s proposed millage rate for the upcoming year.