Hannibal proposed that the land tax remain the same

HANNIBAL (WGEM) – According to our information gathering partners at the Courier-Post, the City of Hannibal’s ad valorem property tax rate in 2022 will remain the same as in 2021 when it was 1.1778.

Proposed property tax rates for the city’s general, police and fire pension, and library funds were presented at Hannibal City Council’s meeting on Tuesday evening in the council chambers of City Hall. town.

City Council must hold a public hearing first, to comply with Missouri State Auditor’s requirements to set the 2022 property tax rate. That hearing is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, August 16 at the hotel of town in the council chamber.

An order will be presented at the end of the public hearing, to adopt the proposed tax rate. It is based on the previous year’s tax information and assessed assessments and must be approved by the state auditor.

A public hearing was scheduled for 6:15 p.m. on Tuesday, August 16 at City Hall regarding the proposed Stay project redevelopment.

Approval was also given to an application by Anthony Viorel of AVK Events for a catering license on Saturday September 4 at The Orchard, 2200 Palmyra Rd.

A public hearing regarding a code change regarding child care centers was scheduled for 6:45 p.m. on Tuesday, September 6 at City Hall.

Approval was given upon acceptance of the property given at 419 N. 7th St. from Mark and Tina Holmes.

Approval has been given for the sale of city-owned property at 629 Willow St. to Gary R. Wagner II for $575.

Second and final reading was given to a bill that amends the City’s Payroll Ordinance 2022-23 relating to a correction to the salary of the Chief Financial Officer/Assistant Police Executive, the addition of certain salaries firefighters and the addition of auxiliary police salaries.

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