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Spring Hill Mayor Hopes To Cut Property Tax Rate

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SPRING HILL, Tenn.- Spring Hill's mayor has launched another push to lower the city's property tax rate.

Mayor Michael Dinwiddie has proposed a 7-cent cut to the current rate of 60-cents per 100-dollars of assessed value. Dinwiddie said it's in response to some unhappy feedback he's received from residents about the city's new mandatory $3.58 curbside recycling fee.

In 2011 Dinwiddie proposed a 14-cent property tax decrease, but his request didn't get any recommendations from the Board of Mayor and Aldermen.

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