The James Island Public Service District Monday amended its proposed budget to include a tax increase. Taxes in the district of about 24,000 homes will increase slightly next year, with the owner of a $250,000 home paying about $10 more per year. The money will help offset an increase to the amount the district keeps in its rainy-day fund.
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