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Ad valorem taxes and Collier County’s budgeting process

by The 100 Companies

The county’s budget is a complex document covering the myriad of services that the county provides its citizens.

Annually, the Board of County Commissioners approves the subsequent year’s budget in the second of two public hearings in September. The development of the county’s budget is a roughly eight-month process, beginning with the board’s annual adoption of a budget policy in February or March.

Typically, these meetings are brief and not well attended by the public – not so for the hearings held this September for purposes of adopting the FY-24 budget for Collier County.

Read the full article on CollierClerk.com.

– Crystal K. Kinzel, Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller

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