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Local Use Tax On Tuesday’s Ballot

If Grundy County voters had voted “yes” on a local use tax last April, the county coffers would be almost $70,000 richer this year.
Instead, the tax fell by a margin of 522 in favor and 694 opposed. Now Grundy County commissioners have placed the issue back on the April 8 ballot, hoping that voters will see the benefit in a tax that affects very few people and benefits the

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