It will be about two weeks before DeWitt County Commissioners Court can adopt a tax rate and budget following action taken at Monday’s meeting.
The court had scheduled the approval of budget and tax rate at Monday’s meeting but a “glitch” resulted in a delay for both.
Judge Daryl Fowler opened the session explaining a glitch had been found in the tax rate calculation that slightly changes the effective tax and roll back rate for the coming fiscal year.
“We are required to be transparent and its very important that the public be aware that this court is transparent,” he said.
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