Another Wyoming county to send sales tax increase to voters

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May 16, 2012


CHEYENNE, Wyoming: Similar to the tax question announced by Fremont County, Park County is placing a measure on the local ballot asking voters to approve a 1-cent sales tax increase in the county. According to reports, the tax would last 4 years before needing to be extended by voters and would generate $6.5 million annually to be split among the local governments within the county. The proposal also mentions that the money would be used solely for local infrastructure construction and maintenance.[1]

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