'Together for a Better Grant County' Ballot officially underway
Grant County Residents set to vote on ¼ of 1 percent Gross Receipts Tax Increase SILVER CITY, NM, 8-2-13 Grant County Residents will soon receive a ballot in the mail allowing them to vote on a proposed ¼ of 1 percent Gross Receipts Tax Increase on tangible goods sales, not including food and medical services.
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#1 Aug 3, 2013
You would think that all those festivals they have about every weekend over there would attract much revenue, visitors and tourism for the city.
#2 Aug 3, 2013
Another TAX request. Next it will be the school system wanting more money again and on and on it goes. Where it stops...nobody knows.
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