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Exline property tax abatement to be considered by county commission

Salina Journal

Saline County commissioners will accept public comment on a proposed property tax abatement for Exline at their formal meeting this week.

The formal meeting is at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Room 107 of the City-County Building. Commissioners also meet informally from 8:45 a.m. until business is completed Tuesday, in Room 209 of the City-County Building. All meetings are open to the public. View the entire agenda online at

Exline is seeking a property tax abatement to help recoup some of the expense of building a 10,000-square-foot addition to a building at its headquarters at 3256 E. Country Club. The addition is estimated to cost $350,000. The estimated tax relief, if granted by commissioners, would total about $27,833 over a 10-year period.

Out of the estimated $89,424 due in annual property taxes on the structure, Exline would pay $61,591.

Other items to be considered at the formal meeting include a bid award for the first phase of a project to reconstruct a portion of North Ohio Street from Frisbie Way to Humbargar Road. The commissioners are also scheduled to hear monthly department updates from the directors of Community Corrections and the planning and zoning department.

During an informal session at 2 p.m. Tuesday, commissioners are to discuss with the county engineer and the director of the road and bridge department options for paving the North Ohio Street portion as part of the future second phase of road reconstruction.

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