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Difference between revisions of "Ypsilanti City Income Tax Implementation (May 2012)"

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A '''Ypsilanti City Income Tax Implementation''' measure will be on the [[May 8, 2012 ballot measures in Michigan|May 8, 2012]] ballot in the city of Ypsilanti which is in [[Washtenaw County, Michigan ballot measures|Washtenaw County]].
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A '''Ypsilanti City Income Tax Implementation''' measure was on the [[May 8, 2012 ballot measures in Michigan|May 8, 2012]] ballot in the city of Ypsilanti which is in [[Washtenaw County, Michigan ballot measures|Washtenaw County]].
  
This measure seeks to implement an income tax set at a rate of 1 percent on residents and .5 percent on non residents in order to help ay for general city needs.<ref>[http://www.ewashtenaw.org/government/clerk_register/elections/2012-elections/may-8-2012-proposals ''Washtenaw County Clerk'', May Proposals]</ref>
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This measure was '''defeated'''
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* '''YES''' 1,000 (35.61%)
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* '''NO''' 1,808 (64.39%){{defeated}}<ref>[http://electionresults.ewashtenaw.org/may2012/cumulativereport.html ''Washtenaw County Elections'', May Election Results]</ref>
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This measure sought to implement an income tax set at a rate of 1 percent on residents and .5 percent on non residents in order to help ay for general city needs.<ref>[http://www.ewashtenaw.org/government/clerk_register/elections/2012-elections/may-8-2012-proposals ''Washtenaw County Clerk'', May Proposals]</ref>
  
 
==Text of measure==
 
==Text of measure==

Revision as of 13:42, 14 May 2012

A Ypsilanti City Income Tax Implementation measure was on the May 8, 2012 ballot in the city of Ypsilanti which is in Washtenaw County.

This measure was defeated

  • YES 1,000 (35.61%)
  • NO 1,808 (64.39%)Defeatedd[1]

This measure sought to implement an income tax set at a rate of 1 percent on residents and .5 percent on non residents in order to help ay for general city needs.[2]

Text of measure

The question on the ballot:

This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.

Shall Ordinance No. 2012-1169 adopting the Uniform City Income Tax Ordinance, which imposes an annual rate of tax on corporations and resident individuals of 1%, and on non-resident individuals of .5%, effective January 1, 2013, be approved?

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