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Public Hearing on Property Tax Levy for 2023, November 29th 7pm

The City will hold a public comment, hearing on November 29th at 7pm for the adoption of a property tax levy for fiscal year 2023. The proposed tax levy would increase property taxes by 0.28 per $1,000 of value.

CITY OF CLYDE HILL PUBLIC HEARING ON THE ADOPTION OF THE 2023 PROPERTY TAX LEVY AND 2023 BUDGET & CAPITAL FACILITIES PLAN The Clyde Hill City Council will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, November 29, 2022 that will begin at 7:00PM at the Clyde Hill City Hall and via Teams, 9605 NE 24th Street, Clyde Hill, WA 98004. The hearing will be held to adopt the 2023 Clyde Hill City Property Tax Levy and to adopt the 2023 Budget & Capital Facilities Plan for the fiscal year beginning on January 1, 2023. Interested citizens are invited to attend and comment at the hearing.

Additional information relating to the hearing may be obtained by calling the Office of the City Clerk at (425) 453-7800. Email: Dean Rohla: [email protected]

Virtual Meeting Link: Teams Meeting Link

Agenda Packet Link: Special Meeting Property Tax Levy Agenda Packet

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