Buffalo Mayor To Speak On Specific Purpose 1% Tax

Buffalo Mayor To Speak On Specific Purpose 1% Tax

This month's Buffalo Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon will feature Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson, who will be discussing the proposed Special Purpose 1% Sales Tax, and its importance to city government.

The city has placed a measure on the ballot in the November General Election that would, if passed, authorize the city to impose an optional specific purpose one-cent sales tax that will benefit the city by funding infrastructure projects the city needs to complete.

These projects, estimated to cost just over $7 million, will reconstruct and add infrastructure to a number of streets in the city.

The specific purpose tax will sunset, or end, after the amount of money specified in the ballot measure is raised.

The luncheon will be Wednesday, October 17th at noon at the Bozeman Trail Steakhouse Conference Center.

It is open to the public and is free to attend, or $15 per person for those eating lunch.

RSVP to the chamber of commerce by 5pm on Monday, October 15th.

The Buffalo Area Chamber of Commerce luncheons are sponsored in part by Sheridan Media.


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