South Solon Village Income Tax Addition (March 2012)
The measure was defeated
- YES 23 (30.26%)
- NO 53 (69.74%)
This measure sought to add an income tax to the village which would be set at a rate of 1 percent to pay for general operational costs and improvement projects in the village.
Text of measure
The question on the ballot:
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|Shall the Ordinance providing for a one percent (1%) levy on income for general municipal operations, maintenance, new equipment and capital improvements, together with establishing a credit for taxes paid to outside municipalities on income earned in outside municipalities in an amount not to exceed one-half percent (1/2%) be passed?|
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