Kershaw officials expect $142K in purchases, requiring tax hike

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By Greg Summers

KERSHAW – Kershaw residents should brace for a tax increase in the next fiscal year.
The town council passed first reading of an ordinance Tuesday night to fund up to $142,000 in equipment and capital-improvement purchases with general obligation bonds, which must be repaid through property tax revenue.
Exactly how much Kershaw taxes could go up is unknown, said Mayor Mark Dorman, but the town needs to watch every dollar it spends.
“I want to be as conservative as I can to make sure we get what we need, not what we want,” he said.

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