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City Council agreed to set the maximum millage rate for the 2012 fiscal year at 4.0000, or $4 per $1,000 of taxable value.

City shaves rate to 4 flat

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by: Andrew OBrien
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The Economic Development Council’s three-year objective would be to generate 600 total jobs.

EDC to replace Enterprise Flagler?

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by: Mike Cavaliere
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If the city’s set millage rate stands, residents will pay $4.05 per $1,000 of taxable value.

Proposed Palm Coast tax rate: 4.0552

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by: Andrew OBrien
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Flagler County’s FireFlight is 12 years old and has been well maintained, County Administrator Craig Coffey said. FILE PHOTO BY SHANNA FORTIER

Peterson: 'Stop stockpiling funds'

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by: Mike Cavaliere
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Charles Ericksen Jr. is running for Palm Coast mayor.

Palm Coast City Council primaries likely canceled

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by: Brian McMillan
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School holds line on millage rate

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by: Mike Cavaliere
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County Commission Chairman Alan Peterson: “I’m not going to vote for any capital projects that fall under ‘nice to have,’ not ‘need to have.’”

County proposes cafe at Flagler library

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by: Mike Cavaliere
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Palm Coast debates cutting fire, EMS

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by: Andrew OBrien
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Palm Coast City Manager Jim Landon (pictured at a June 28 City Council workshop) said July 5 that if the City Council decides to reduce revenue, then it must reduce its expenditures.

Palm Coast City Council braces for cuts

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by: Andrew OBrien
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Matanzas High School Principal Chris Pryor, shown here at a March rally, has been an advocate for teachers and administrators alike. FILE PHOTO BY SHANNA FORTIER

Administrators rally for raises

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by: Mike Cavaliere
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