A proposal to raise the secondary property tax levy by the 2% allowed under the law will be heard Friday by members of the Mohave Community College Governing Board. MCC said the proposed adjustment would generate roughly $457,000 in additional annual revenue for the institution.

A news release issued by the college said the owner of home appraised at $100,000 would pay about $2.63 cents more per year under the proposal.

The governing board meeting that starts Friday at noon on the Bullhead City campus can also be monitored through the telecommunications system on MCC campuses in Kingman, Lake Havasu City and Colorado City.