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Kiel Taxpayers See Benefits of Walker Reforms

Caught this when I was home over Christmas.

Taxpayers receiving their annual property tax bills are likely to view this year’s tally as an early Christmas present.

Kiel taxpayers will see a reduction in property tax rates this year, the amount depending on which side of the county line they own property on.

In Calumet County, Kiel property taxpayers will see their rate drop by 60 cents per $1,000 of assessed value. On the Manitowoc County side of the line, the property tax rates will drop by 55 cents per $1,000.

Translated into overall dollars, the owner of a $100,000 property will pay $60 less in property taxes in the Calumet County portion of the city, while those in Manitowoc County will see a drop of $55.

Most sizeable among the reductions are the dropping tax rates for the school district and the counties.
Tax rates for the Kiel area schools fell by 42 cents per $1,000 in Calumet County and 35 cents per $1,000 in Manitowoc County. Calumet County’s portion of the tax rate dropped by 13 cents per thousand, while Manitowoc County’s rate fell by 15 cents per $1,000 of assessed value.

CALUMET CTY. 2011 2012
State .19 .18
County 5.20 5.07
Public School 10.88 10.46
Vocational 1.74 1.68
City 4.53 4.51
Gross rate 22.54 21.91
Tax credit -1.53 -1.52
Net tax rate 21.01 20.39

MANITOWOC CTY. 2011 2012
State .19 .18
County 5.94 5.79
Public School 10.89 10.54
Vocational 1.74 1.70
City 4.55 4.54
Gross rate 23.32 22.77
Tax credit -1.11 -1.11
Net tax rate 22.21 21.66

One hopes someone, somewhere is keeping track of what the property tax bills are across the state as they begin to be reported.

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