In a called meeting last week, White Pine council voted to approve its 2019-2020 budget and tax rate on second reading.

Mayor Glen Warren received a notice from the Tennessee Comptroller on June 11 regarding the calculation of “equalized property tax rates” for the city after re-assessment of parcels in Jefferson County within the past year.  The one parcel in Hamblen County will not have a property assessment until next year.

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