The typical Strathmore homeowner won't be paying much more in property tax this year says a town official.
This after Council sets their Mill Rate for 2011.
Chief Administrative Officer, Dwight Stanford says the typical homeowner likely won't see much change over last year.
Stanford says there's more good news for residential property owners -- after watching their property values go down these last few year, this year the market appears to have stabilized.
Stanford says unfortunately this year non-residential properties will be paying more.
He says town administration has been working closely with council to keep municipal tax rates down.
Stanford says the stabilization of home prices is helping keep residential taxes down.
Stanford says the non-residential tax rate has seen the most change this year with an approximate 27% increase.