Carbon County residents can probably expect to pay the same on their county taxes in 2014.
During the county commissioners' meeting on Thursday, the board voted to approve the 2014 budget with no tax increase. As it stands, the tax rate for the county will remain 10.25 mills.
That means that a homeowner with a $100,000 home that is assessed at $50,000 will pay $512.50 in county real estate taxes next year.
The proposed budget, which is broken down into operating funds, $42,138,271; capital projects, $745,000; and special funds, $2,292,325; totals $45,175,596.