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UPDATE - 09/23/2020

On September 23, 2020, at the Regular meeting of the MCHD Board of Directors, the proposed tax rate of $0.220000/$100 was approved by a six  to one vote.  This keeps the tax rate the same from prior year.  Those present were: Mr. Tom Ferguson, Mr. James Allen, Mr. Russell Fangman, Mr. John Frantz, Ms. Stacey Grall, Dr. Carmen Purl, and Mr. Tom Moore.  Those voting for the proposed rate are as follows: Mr. Tom Ferguson, Mr. James Allen, Mr John Frantz, Ms. Stacey Grall, Dr. Carmen Purl, and Mr. Tom Moore.  Those voting against the proposed rate are as follows: Mr. Russell Fangman.


UPDATE - 09/02/2020



Moore County Hospital District proposed a 2020 tax rate of $0.220000/$100. The proposed Maintenance and Operations rate being $0.220000/$100 with no Debt Rate. which is effectively a -1.75% increase in the tax rate.

The -1.75% is the percentage by which the proposed tax rate exceeds the No New Revenue Tax Rate.

For 2019 the tax rate for Moore County Hospital District was $0.220000/$100, the total tax revenue was $5,374,939.85. The total tax revenue to be raised this year at the proposed rate of $0.220000/$100 is $5,302,879.77 an increase of -$72,060.77 over the 2019 tax revenue.

The average homestead value in 2019 was $115,865.00 and the average homestead value for 2020 is $117,595.00.  Adoption of the proposed rate of $0.220000/$100 will result in an increase of $3.81 on the average homestead for 2020.




UPDATE - 08/27/2020

The Moore County Hospital District Board of Directors voted at the regular meeting dated August 26, 2020 to hold the 2021 tax rate at the 2020 tax rate of $0.22 per $100 of valuation.  This amount is less than the effective rate of $0.223916 per $100 of valuation provided by the office of the Moore County Tax  Assessors.  The final action will occur at the September 23, 2020 regular Board of Directors meeting.




The following verbiage is also included in the attached official PDF file, which was provided to the District by the Moore County Tax Assessor.





This notice concerns the 2020 property tax rates for HOSPITAL. This notice provides information about two tax rates. The no-new-revenue tax rate would Impose the same amount of taxes as last year if you compare properties taxed in both years. The voter-approval tax rate is the highest tax rate a taxing unit can adopt without holding an election. In each case, these rates are calculated by dividing the total amount of taxes by the current taxable value with adjustments as required by state law. The rates are given per$100 of property value.


This year's no-new-revenue tax rate:

     Last year's adjusted taxes  (after subtracting taxes on lost property)  - $5,369,612

     This year's adjusted taxable value (after subtracting value of new property)  - $2,398,039,718

     = This year's  no-new-revenue tax rate -  0.223916/$100

     + This year's adjustments to the no-new-revenue tax rate  -  $0 /$100

     = This year's adjusted no-new-revenue tax rate  -  0.223916/$100

This is the maximum rate the taxing unit can propose unless it publishes a notice and holds a hearing.


This year's voter-approval tax rate:

     Last year's adjusted operating taxes (after adjusting as required by law)  -  $5,374,445

     This year's adjusted taxable value (after subtracting value of new property)  -  $2,398,039,718

     = This year's voter-approval operating tax rate ×(1.035 or 1.08, as applicable)  - 0.287010/$100

     = this year's maximum operating rate  -  0.297055/$100

     + This year's debt rate - 0.000000/$100

     + The unused increment rate, if applicable - 0.000000/$100

     = This year's total voter-approval tax rate  -  0.297055/$100

This is the maximum rate the taxing unit can adopt without an election for voter approval.


Unencumbered Fund Balances:

The following estimated balances will be left in the taxing unit's accounts at the end of the fiscal year. These balances are not encumbered by a corresponding debt obligation.

Type of Fund:  MCHD Operating Account

Balance: $14,000,000


2020 Debt Service:

The taxing unit plans to pay the following amounts for long-term debts that are secured by property taxes. These amounts will be paid from property tax revenues (or additional sales tax revenues, if applicable).


Description of Debt - N/A

Principal or Contract Payment to be paid from Property Taxes - $0

Interest to be Paid from Property Taxes - $0

Other Amounts to be paid - $0

Total Payment - $0


Total required for 2020 debt service - $0

-  Amount (if any) paid from from funds listed in unencumbered funds - $0

-  Amount (if any) paid from other resources - $0

-  Excess collections last year - $0

=  Total to be paid from taxes in 2020 - $0

+  Amount added in anticipation that the unit will collect only 98.000000% of taxes in 2020 - $0

=  Total Debt Levy - $0



This notice contains a summary of the no-new-revenue and voter-approval calculations as certified by Name of person preparing this notice: Chris A Rivera

Position: Tax Assessor - Collector

Date prepared: August 7, 2020

You can inspect a copy of the full calculations on the taxing unit's website at:  http://www.co.moore.tx.us/page/moore.County.Assessor.Collector.