Sales tax on ballot for infrastructure projects
More lagoons, road improvements throughout the city and a better flowing intersection at 13th Avenue to 9th Street South are just a few of the $109 million infrastructure projects the city would complete in the next 20 years using a sales tax leaders hope will be passed on June 10.
City officials have proposed raising the sales tax 1 percent to pay for about 60 projects proposed over 20 years throughout the city. But to do that, voters will need to approve two ballot questions.
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