The Waleska City Council will soon have its first public discussion of the millage rate, which is proposed to be slightly lower than the rate set last year.

The proposed rate, 3.569, is a decrease from the current 3.655, though city taxpayers will notice their property tax change “very little or about the same,” said City Manager and Clerk Robyn Smith.

Council members will discuss the millage rate at their regular meeting Monday and adopt this year’s rate with a vote at their July 22 meeting. Waleska mayor, Mary Helen Lamb, and council meetings are 6:30 p.m. at city hall, 8891 Fincher Road.

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