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Annual tax collection would provide better budgeting, cost more, Stafford commissioner says

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The Stafford County Board of Supervisors discussed considering changing the timeframe that it does tax assessments from bi-annual to annual.

Griffis-Widewater District Supervisor Tinesha Allen brought up the item, who received complaints from constituents about why their tax assessments were so high. Allen asked for the time to call on the county's Commissioner of the Revenue, Scott Mayausky, about the potential effects of a switch-over in the assessment timeframe.

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