Sacramento County Agrees to Put Arena Tax Hike on Ballot

Cohen, Jackie
July 2006
Bond Buyer;7/24/2006, Vol. 357 Issue 32429, p40
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The article reports on agreement of Sacramento County officials, the National Basketball Association's Sacramento Kings team and the Women's National Basketball Association's Monarch to ask voters for a 0.25 percent sales tax increase that could fund a new arena costing between 472 million dollars and 520 million dollars. Other local improvements will also be financed by the debt.


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