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File #: R-2020-231    Version: 1 Name: FY 2021 2nd Hearing Millage Reso
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 9/15/2020 In control: Special City Commission Meeting
On agenda: 9/24/2020 Final action: 9/24/2020
Title: A Resolution Of The City Commission Of The City Of Hollywood, Florida, Fixing The Amount And Rate Of Taxation For The Fiscal Year Commencing October 1, 2020, And Making The Tax Levy For The Year 2020.
Attachments: 1. Tax Reso FY 21.pdf

Title

A Resolution Of The City Commission Of The City Of Hollywood, Florida, Fixing The Amount And Rate Of Taxation For The Fiscal Year Commencing October 1, 2020, And Making The Tax Levy For The Year 2020.

 

 

Strategic Plan Focus

Financial Management & Administration

 

 

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Staff Recommends: Approval of the attached Resolution.

 

Explanation:

The City Commission, in accordance with Florida State Statutes §200.065, is required at this time to fix the ad valorem millage rate pursuant to and in accordance with said law.

 

According to the Broward County Property Appraiser’s Office, the gross taxable value for the City for tax year 2020 is $18,514,618,295, which is a net increase of $1,226,399,518 or 7.09 % over last year’s final gross taxable value amount of $17,288,218,600.

 

The accompanying resolution sets the Fiscal Year 2021 Operating Budget millage rate at 7.4665 mills, which is unchanged from the FY 2020 millage rate. The voted debt service millage for FY 2021 is 0.4301 mills, which is a decrease of 0.0260 mills from the current millage rate of 0.4561 mills.  The total proposed millage rate is 7.8966, which is a decrease of 0.0260 mills from the FY 2020 total millage of 7.9226 mills.

 

Fiscal Impact:

The tentative Operating Budget millage rate of 7.4665 mills is calculated pursuant to Florida State Statute §200.065 and is 5.99% or 0.4220 mills above the roll-back rate of 7.0445 mills. Approval of this rate requires a majority vote by the City Commission in order to meet State statutory requirements. A millage rate of 7.4665 would generate net property taxes of $131.4 million, which is $6.3 million more in property taxes than FY 2020.

 

Recommended for inclusion on the agenda by:

Laurette Jean, Director, Office of Budget & Performance Management

Adam Reichbach, Assistant City Manager for Finance and Administration