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HILLSVILLE — As revenue from other kinds of taxes fall due to the weak economy, the Carroll County supervisors have voted to study twice-a-year tax collection.
Supervisor Tom Littrell brought up the suggestion at the county board's Dec. 8 meeting.
What affects the county's cash flow? One thing is that real estate taxes mostly come in once a year, in November and December, after tax tickets go out in October, he said.
Littrell noted that tourism revenue appears to be down.
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