The Washington County Commissioners continue to grapple with how to distribute $5 million they set aside for tax relief.
At a budget workshop Wednesday, the County Commissioners could not agree on whether to mail $100 tax rebates to residential property owners, issue tax credits or reduce the property tax rate.
That could change on Tuesday.
Commissioners Vice President William J. Wivell said Friday the commissioners might make a decision during budget talks at Tuesday's meeting.
"I think it'll have to come up during our budget talks," Wivell said.
Commissioner Doris J. Nipps, however, said Friday she thought the commissioners should hold off making a decision until after taxpayers have the opportunity to comment on the county's proposed budget at a public hearing in May.
Commissioner John C. Munson, who strongly has favored cutting taxes, proposed shaving as much as 7 1/2 cents off the tax rate at Wednesday's workshop.