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mill·age

 (mĭl′ĭj)
n.
A tax rate on property, expressed in mills per dollar of value of the property.

millage

(ˈmɪlɪdʒ)
adj
(Banking & Finance) US an American tax rate calculated in thousandths per dollar

mill•age

(ˈmɪl ɪdʒ)

n.
the tax rate, as for property, assessed in mills per dollar.
[1890–1900]
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Parsons said his group, Bella Vista Patriots, were opposed to a millage increase to fund construction because none of the schools would be located in Bella Vista.
The amended plan, however, offers multiple funding ideas, including taking money from the county's general fund, seeking private funds, seeking grant funding and a county millage that would have to be approved by voters.
The Calhoun County Senior Millage is designed to provide funding for the needs of Calhoun
In the 1980s, clocking cars to reduce their millage reading was estimated to be worth up to 100 million pounds sterling a year in the UK alone.
President Mark Millage says it was a difficult decision, but the reality is that the business of higher education is changing at a very rapid pace.
The meeting was concluded with a "thank you" from Blood Drive Committee Chairperson Anita Day to Alice Harris, Kathy Jo Porter, Morgan Picton, Ruth Escalera, Gail Manahan, Debbie Turner, Josh Collins, Larry Day and Christa Millage for their help and support at the Annual Lake Chelan Realtor Blood Drive on April 22.
The technical term for this type of tax vote is a millage vote.
The donations were parcelled up into Easter hampers and delivered by workers Nicole Taylor and Leanne Millage to the children's ward at University Hospital, Coventry, as well as Myton Hospices in Coventry and Warwick, and the Zoe's Place, in Exhall.
Robert Millage, however, wonders if it's time to revisit those laws and update them.
In cases where the property appraiser denies the application, the applicant may file a petition with the value adjustment board not later than 25 days following the property appraiser's mailing of the "Truth in Millage Notice.
The next consideration that would impact the coating industry more than the other areas would be the automatic reading of millage (coating thickness) coming out of the powder box.
Millage paid as much as $1,200 for a handcrafted horse to as little as $5 for horses picked up at Eugene thrift shops.