PUNTA GORDA — From pathways to roadways, parks to public safety, the 1 percent Infrastructure Sales Tax, commonly referred to as the penny sales tax, has benefited city residents in more ways than one.
That message echoed loud and clear during a community input meeting Thursday night at Burnt Store Presbyterian Church to discuss extension of the local option sales tax and the potential projects the additional revenues could fund. It was the second such gathering city officials held to discuss the sales tax extension, which will be put before voters as a question on November’s ballot.
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