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President Elect Thais Winkleblack
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Immediate Past President Jody Braverman
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Posted by John Kenyon on Oct 16, 2014

Local officials on the Local Option Sales Tax vote

Nancy Quellhorst led a panel that included Coralville City Administrator Kelly Hayworth, North Liberty Mayor Gerry Kuhl, Johnson County Supervisor John Etheredge, and Iowa City Mayor Pro-Tem Susan Mims, who all discussed the one-cent Local Option Sales Tax that will be on the Nov. 4 ballot. Each shared details about how the tax will be used in their jurisdiction. Coralville: “Any lawful use.” Johnson County: 90 percent roads and infrastructure, 10 percent courthouse needs. North Liberty: 50 percent streets and roads, 40 percent utility rate reduction, 10 percent park development. Iowa City: 50 percent roads, streets and trails; 40 percent property tax relief, 10 percent affordable housing. They noted that the Iowa City area and Des Moines are the only two major areas in the state without a Local Option Sales Tax, and mentioned that the Iowa City-Coralville-North Liberty area votes as one bloc; if it doesn’t pass in the bloc, none of the cities will receive tax proceeds, even if it passes elsewhere in the county.

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Oct. 23 – Johnson County Courthouse Bond Issue

Oct. 30 -- Local election topics

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