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Taxes going up in Jones County

Jones County School Superintendent Tommy Parker, left, met with the Jones County Board of Supervisors Thursday morning requesting a 10 mil increase to help pay the debt on a $37 million bond. Photo/Charlotte A. Graham
Jones County School Superintendent Tommy Parker, left, met with the Jones County Board of Supervisors Thursday morning requesting a 10 mil increase to help pay the debt on a $37 million bond. Photo/Charlotte A. Graham

 

Superintendent Tommy Parker and Business Operations Director Dale Keyes of the Jones County School District met with the Jones County Board of Supervisors Thursday to request a 10 mil tax increase to help pay a debt the school district acquired with the passage of a $37 million bond issue in 2007.

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