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Wichita City Council hears more details about sales tax options

In the coming weeks, Wichita City Council members likely will consider two alternative ballot languages that could be part of a 1-cent sales tax ballot measure in November that would generate about $400 million over the next five years.

The first option would include a new water source, jobs development, city transit and street repair and maintenance.

The second option would include a new water source, city transit and street repair and maintenance, but would have jobs development as a separate question to be voted on.

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Panelists at Pachyderm Club speak out against city sales tax

As the City Council pondered whether to put a measure on the ballot to raise the sales tax, a local Republican club gathered not far away to lay the groundwork for opposing it.

Panelists at the Pachyderm Club discussed the four proposed uses for the money – water supply, economic development, transit and street improvement. Their consensus was that City Hall’s plans are all either too wasteful or inadequately planned to justify a “yes” vote on a ballot measure to fund them.

Pachyderm Club president John Stevens set the tone by assailing the sales tax proposal as he introduced the discussion, which featured businesswoman Jennifer Baysinger, talk-radio host Joseph Ashby, geologist Karma Mason and Americans for Prosperity deputy state director Rodger Woods.

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