The Killeen City Council on Tuesday night approved a $235 million operating budget for the next fiscal year — a budget that will rely more heavily upon property tax revenue than the current budget.
The budget’s approval came with little discussion at the end of the board’s regular meeting at City Hall. Though more tax revenue will be used, the council maintained a tax rate of 74.28 cents per $100 of assessed property value.
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