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  • Tax bills are going up this year, says Pierce County

    A combination of higher home prices and voter-approved levies are behind an average 5.6 percent increase in Pierce County residential property tax bills this year.

A combination of higher home prices and voter-approved levies are behind an average 5.6 percent increase in Pierce County residential property tax bills this year. John Gillie jgillie@thenewstribune.com
A combination of higher home prices and voter-approved levies are behind an average 5.6 percent increase in Pierce County residential property tax bills this year. John Gillie jgillie@thenewstribune.com

Property taxes up more than 5.6 percent this year in Pierce County

February 13, 2017 6:59 AM