The McCracken County Fiscal Court approved rates for all of the tax districts during its Monday meeting.
As reported in Tuesday's paper, the county took the maximum 4 percent increase in revenue, raising its rate to 10.1 cents per $100 compared to last year's 9.6 percent. The tangible property rate also rose, changing from 13.2 cents per $100 to 14.21.
Per $100 rates for the other districts within the county are as follows:
• The McCracken County Health District maintained its rate of 2.4 cents for real estate and tangible property.
• The McCracken County Mental Health District also remained the same, holding at 1.2 cents across the board.
• McCracken County Extension Service rose from 3.443 to 4.087 for real estate and from 9.0936 to 11.0483 for tangible property.
• McCracken County Public Library also maintained its rates, holding at 6.1 for real estate and 8.41 for tangible property.
• Paducah Junior College remained the same, 1.6 across the board.
• McCracken County Schools maintained its rate of 53.8 for both tangible property and real estate.
• Concord Fire District held at 7.5 in both property categories.
• Hendron Fire District increased its rate from 7.29 to 7.55 for both real estate and tangible property to help pay for a new fire station.
• Lone Oak Fire District stayed at the same rate, 4.7 across the board.
• Melber-New Hope Fire District's rate of 4.3 in both categories from last year is still in place.
• Reidland-Farley Fire District will hold at 7.1 in regards to both real estate and tangible property.
• West McCracken Fire District decided to keep its rate of 6.9 in both property categories.