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Pawnee City Sales Tax Increase Readied
12/01/2016
 

(KLZA)-- Pawnee City Council members have given final approval to an ordinance to impose an additional half-cent sales and use tax to pay for city street projects.

In November Pawnee City voters approved the sales tax increase. With the final approval by the Council, collection of the additional sales tax will begin April 1, 2017.

No action was taken concerning a nuisance property at 439 F Street. Don Graham is still living in the house. An effort is underway by his brother, Jerry Graham, to relocate him to another home so the house and garage can be razed. The property has been deemed a nuisance.

Mayor Charles Hatfield asked that the item be placed on the agenda for the next council meeting.

Council members voted to move the second meeting in December to Tuesday, December 27th due to the 26th being a holiday for City employees.  
 

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