It looks like property taxes in Wichita Falls could be staying the same for the 2014, 2015 fiscal year.
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The proposed increase is about one cent more than the current tax rate. City officials say an average property owner with a $100-thousand home would pay about $10 more per year.
According to state law, city officials must host two public hearings before a change is made to taxes. The first one was during Tuesday's city council meeting, and no one showed up to speak or ask questions.