General Taxes Rise 8.25 Percent in Proposed Williamsville Budget

April 20, 2019

The general fund tax rate would rise by 8.25 percent under the proposed $3.96 million Williamsville village budget for 2019-20.

It’s an increase of 32 cents, from $3.88 cents per $1,000 of assessed value to $4.20 per $1,000 next year. The owner of a house assessed at $150,000 would pay an extra $48 in general fund property taxes.

The full tax levy, the amount to be raised in taxes, including general and sewer funds would rise by 1.73 percent, to $2.9 million, said Village Administrator Judy Kindron. That’s within the state’s property tax cap.

The operation and maintenance rate paid by sewer customers based on water use would rise by 9.41 percent but the rate based on a home’s assessed value for capital sewer projects falls by 31 percent.
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One Response to “General Taxes Rise 8.25 Percent in Proposed Williamsville Budget”

  1. walt says:

    When reviewing real estate transactions in the village, very few are less or equal to $150,000.