Gaston Co. to consider sales tax increase for schools

February 28, 2008 at 1:58 pm 1 comment

The Gaston County commissioners are planning to discuss a request by the County Schools to add a 1/4 cent sales tax to help build and maintain the school system.

This will be an interesting discussion because the residents just approved a $175 million bond referendum last November, and the schools have a multi-million dollar shortfall from the previous bond funds.


The “no-tax-but-will-fund-silly-projects” county board of commissioners will be televised tonight for your entertainment. Of course, it will be on the non-consent portion of the agenda after the consent agenda approves over $1.7 million of money including additional “donations” to DSS.


Entry filed under: Belmont Front Porch, Bond Referendums, Community, Donations, Elections, Gaston County, Gaston County Commissioners, Gaston County Courthouse, Gaston County Schools, Jan Winters, Mickey Price, News, Politics, Property Taxes, Sales Taxes, School, Vote.

Ribbon-Cutting Tuesday, March 4, at Stowe Pointe Community Men don’t listen !

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Geno  |  February 28, 2008 at 7:23 pm

    I believe they is gittin’ skeered of them magnet school parents!


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