sales tax Articles
The proposed downtown Asheville Business Improvement District isn't just controversial within the city limits: four towns, along with the Buncombe County Fire Chiefs' Association, oppose the measure because it will reduce the sales-tax revenue they receive from the county.
At this evening's Jan. 18 meeting, the Buncombe County County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to put a one-quarter-of-1-cent sales-tax increase on the ballot to help fund $129 million in building improvements at Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College. The measure is now set to go up for a public vote on Election Day, Nov. 8.
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