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Monmouth-Roseville School District Sales Tax (November 2010)

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A Monmouth-Roseville School District Sales Tax measure was narrowly approved on the November 2, 2010 ballot in the school district of Monmouth-Roseville, which is in Warren County.

This measure enacted a one percent sales tax to help with school repair and improvement projects in the district. Items such as vehicles, mobile homes, medication and unprepared food are not subject to this tax increase. The tax was estimated to generate about $566,050 for Monmouth-Roseville and $240,746 for United school districts.[1][2]

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