The Chattooga County Board of Education is proposing to cut its property tax millage rate.
The board is proposing to rollback its millage rate by .088-mills. This will be the sixth straight year the board of education has cut its millage rate.
The proposed millage rate is expected to generate $4,573,276 for the schools. That’s $34,911 more than last year. The county’s tax digest saw a small amount of growth this year.