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It appears the Anderson Public Library has for decades been taxing the public in violation of state law, and the ramifications for doing so could be tremendous.
A mighty bold statement? You bet, but the facts don’t lie.
We’ll explain why, but first a little background. The library is funded through what’s called a special taxing district, meaning it appears on your county property tax bill as a separate line item.
Each year, the boards that oversee the health department and library create budgets and set a tax rate on your property.
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