...the Guilford County commissioners have been bringing up the possibility of trying once again to persuade county residents that it would be in their best interest to vote themselves a sales tax increase.
...that is, put the option of a one-quarter of a cent (0.25¢) sales tax increase on the ballot and, if the voters approved it, the county would have an increased revenue stream.
On account of the County Commisioners need another $27,502,224 in FY 2011/12
on top of about $34 million of savings they intend to spend in FY 2010/11
after spending about $77 million over and above tax revenues in two years?
Commissioner Carolyn Coleman...said her main concern has always been that it's a regressive tax that hits poor people harder than rich ones."
Scott D. Yost
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