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Meetings set on Jackson Co special sales tax

(KNZA)--The Jackson County Commission will hold three special meetings this week to discuss the sales tax initiative to appear on the November 5 general election ballot

The meetings will take place Tuesday evening at the Netawaka Community Building, Wednesday evening at the Memorial Hall on the first floor of the Jackson County Courthouse in Holton, and Thursday evening at the Hoyt Community Building.  All the meetings will be held at 7:00.

Jackson County voters will decide during the election whether to renew a four-tenth percent countywide retailers’ sales tax for another seven years, effective April 1, 2020.  Funding from the sales tax is used for road and bridge improvements.  A portion of the tax is also distributed to all the towns in the county.   

The special sales tax was first approved by voters in 2004.   


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