Property tax payments have eased financial troubles in Jellico, but the board of mayor and aldermen must still find revenue sources to sustain the town’s operations.
“We have been able to make payroll. The people have been coming in and paying the city property taxes,” said Mayor Les Stiers on Tuesday “We’re able to keep our head above water. We’re paying our bills.”
The board had been set to hold a special call meeting on Nov. 8, but the death of alderwoman Pam Carbaugh’s husband cancelled the meeting.
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