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Polk County Commissioners passed a final levy and budget for 2015 at their meeting on Tuesday, with an increase of three percent over 2014.   “We set that back in September and talked about reducing it, but we held it at three percent and it is about $600,000 increase to the overall levy over $20 million,” said Polk County Administrator Chuck Whiting. “We have capital needs to address in fixing buildings, labor costs are up and we are dipping into some reserves for some capital items.  We kept coming back to the board on the increase and the settled on three.”  The final budget had questions on the salaries for elected officials.  “We settled on the capital things earlier as the pieces were minor, so the budget is just over $60 million with 40 percent coming from property taxes with the rest coming from fees and state and federal government,” added Whiting. The final levy was $20,654,891.00 and the final budget is $60,566,206.00. Commissioners salaries were give a two percent raise to $28,055.53 while the per diem will remain at $75 per meeting.
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