Florida city, county may hold unique sales tax vote to fund parks project

McEntee, Christopher
March 1998
Bond Buyer;03/11/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30348, p3
Trade Publication
Focuses on a sales tax referendum proposed by officials in Gainsville and Alachua County, Florida that would benefit recreation projects in the city. Background on the existing sales tax law in Florida; Percentage of proceeds to be received by the city of Gainsville under the proposal.


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