February 22, 2017
Prescott voters are scheduled to vote on a proposal to raise the city's sales tax .75 percent on Aug. 29.
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Prop. 443 informational pamphlet to include 21 arguments in favor; six against
Plenty of local residents, officials, and organizations opted to weigh in on the information that will go out to voters regarding the ballot measure for a 0.75-percent Prescott sales tax increase.
In an attempt to “get out of the weeds” of its public-safety pension shortfall, the City of Prescott will ask voters in August to approve paying 0.75-percent more in sales tax.