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What could the 1/2 cent infrastructure sales tax mean for the City of DeLand?

If approved by voters in May, the additional 1/2 cent sales tax is expected to generate about $45 million per year countywide for the next 20 years. DeLand would receive about $1.8 million per year.

Road construction

How would the city use new revenue generated by the proposed 1/2 cent sales tax?

The utilization of the revenues generated from the proposed ½-cent sales tax shall be limited to finance, construct, reconstruct, maintain, repair and improve public infrastructure including long term capital maintenance and useful life extension of public infrastructure projects such as new and improved sidewalks near schools, roadway improvements including roadway reconstruction, reducing traffic congestion, local flood control and improving water quality and such other similar uses authorized under Florida law for the use and benefit of the citizens of the City and the general public.

The ballot measure, if approved, would also create a citizen oversight committee to oversee the use of proceeds as it relates to projects.

Click here to view the ordinance adopted by the Volusia County Council.
Click here to see resident comments on 1/2 cent sales tax projects.

Second Chance Partners:

FL Australian Shepherd Rescue
Email: flaussierescue@cfl.rr.com

All Paws For The Cause
All Paws Pet Talk Radio Shows
Jack Guberman
386-624-1187

The Second Chance program is not designed to be a working humane society nor is it a full time shelter. Because it’s a temporary holding facility, DeLand residents who choose to give up an animal need to contact one of the area shelters to make the necessary arrangements.

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