Northumberland supervisors to commence 2021-22 budget talks with a $43 million draft

Jackie Nunnery

by Jackie Nunnery

HEATHSVILLE—During a budget work session Thursday, April 22, county administrator Luttrell Tadlock presented Northumberland supervisors a $43 million draft budget for the 2021-22 fiscal cycle.

Projected revenues total $35,539,012, up $770,151 or 2.2% over last year.

According to Tadlock, “The draft budget does include a proposed $0.61 per $100 real estate tax rate, which is a proposed $0.02 tax increase. That does equal the reassessment equalized tax rate from last year, which was $0.6184.”

Anticipated revenue from general property taxes total $20,678,654, including real estate taxes, $16,818,615; public service corporation taxes, $315,650; personal property taxes, $2,546,364; machinery and tools taxes, $234,000; merchants capital taxes, $44,000; and all other local tax receipts, $720,025.

Other revenue would include….

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