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Property tax bills up 2.8 percent

Typical homeowner will pay about $55 more this year

10:08 PM, Dec. 7, 2012
Oshkosh Technology Support Coordinator Bobbie Luft and Troy Dake, programer analyst, get tax bills ready for mailing after they were folded and stuffed by a machine at Oshkosh City Hall.
Oshkosh Technology Support Coordinator Bobbie Luft and Troy Dake, programer analyst, get tax bills ready for mailing after they were folded and stuffed by a machine at Oshkosh City Hall.
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Sadly, the letter about to arrive from the City of Oshkosh is not a holiday card.

It's your property tax bill and the cost to fund state, city, county, schools and technical colleges is expected to increase 2.8 percent in 2013. City officials mailed tax bills out late this week and they're expected to arrive in the coming days.

Overall tax bills will increase from $25.12 per $1,000 of assessed property value to $25.872 in 2013 before several state credits reduce the overall cost, a Northwestern Media review of changes to property tax rates showed. ...

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