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One percent Wilmette sales tax now official News
One percent Wilmette sales tax now official
As he began his Sept. 23 presentation of the case for a .75 percent hike in Wilmette’s home rule sales tax, Village Manager Tim Frenzer pointed to a power point slide projected above him, its graph showing what he said was $15 million in recession-caused revenue losses over the past seven years.
Sept. 26 12:39 p.m. |
Board needs more input on how to spend sales tax News
Board needs more input on how to spend sales tax
Wilmette trustees know where they’re going to put the $1.5 million in new revenue that they’ll get annually from a 1 percent home rule sales tax: catching up on delayed capital improvements like eroded alleys and streets, and replacing equipment like old ambulances and squad cars.
Sept. 25 11:27 a.m. |