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Alachua County commissioner defends county’s high property tax rate

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Alachua County Commissioner Paula Delaney

Yesterday we brought you a story on a report by Florida Tax Watch, which shows Alachua County has the highest property tax rate in the state, while neighbors Citrus and Marion Counties are amoung the counties with the lowest property tax rates. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Stephanie Brown spoke with Alachua County Commissioner Paula Delaney about the report.

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