Officials said last month that the county's projected 2018 tax digest had jumped to around $30.8 billion in 2018, an increase of approximately $1.6 billion over 2017. The Board of Commissioners later announced their intention to adopt the rollback millage rate, which involves lowering the rate to a level where the same amount of tax revenue is collected despite the increased digest.
Property tax bills are scheduled to be mailed out to home and business owners by Aug. 15. They will be due by Oct. 15.
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