The Pima County Board of Supervisors has approved next year's tentative $1.18 billion budget.

It will be funded in part by a 62-cent increase in the primary property tax rate.

For the owner of a $146,000 home in the county, the tax increase of 62 cents per $100 assessed value will cost slightly more than $90 a year.

Secondary property taxes used to fund flood control, libraries and the stadium district and to repay bonds will not increase.

Although taxes for libraries, flood control and the stadium district are going up, that increase will be offset by a reduction in payments on the county's bond debt.

The board approved the budget by a 3-2 vote Tuesday.