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Establishing the Assessment Rate to be levied upon all real and personal taxable property in
the Gifford Street Lighting Municipal Service Taxing Unit for Fiscal Year 1990-91
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1990(LEGAL)Vk/JB <br />RESOLUTION NO. 90- 122 <br />A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS <br />OF INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FLORIDA, ESTABLISHING THE <br />ASSESSMENT RATE TO BE LEVIED UPON ALL REAL AND <br />PERSONAL TAXABLE PROPERTY IN THE GIFFORD STREET <br />LIGHTING MUNICIPAL SERVICE TAXING UNIT FOR FISCAL <br />YEAR 1990-91 TO FUND THE GIFFORD STREET LIGHTING <br />MUNICIPAL SERVICE TAXING UNIT. <br />WHEREAS, the Budget Officer of Indian River County <br />prepared and presented to the County Commission a tentative <br />budget for the Gifford Street Lighting Municipal Service <br />Taxing Unit of Indian River County, Florida, for the fiscal <br />year commencing on the first day of October, 1990, and <br />ending on the 30th day of September, 1991, addressing each <br />of the funds therein as provided by law, including all <br />estimated receipts, taxes to be levied, and balances <br />expected to be brought forward, and all estimated <br />expenditures, reserves, and balances to be carried over at <br />the end of the year; and <br />WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Indian <br />River County held numerous public workshops to consider and <br />amend the tentative budget as presented; and <br />WHEREAS, the Board did prepare a statement summarizing <br />all of the tentative budgets showing for each budget and <br />for the total of all budgets, proposed tax millages, the <br />balances, and reserves, and the total of each major <br />classification of the receipts and expenditures classified <br />according to accounts prescribed by the appropriate state <br />agencies; and <br />WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners did hold a <br />public hearing to review and adopt a tentative budget; and <br />WHEREAS, the final budget hearing has been properly <br />advertised and held in accordance with applicable Florida <br />law; <br />0 <br />
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