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Posted on: October 27, 2021

The Mayor's Table: Special Episode

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What can a penny fund? It can fund the 9-1-1 dispatch center and emergency services in our community. The Nov. 2 general election ballot includes a referendum for a 1/16th of 1 percent increase in gross receipts tax. This increase equates to about one penny for every $20 spent on taxable items in San Juan County, which will help pay for your 911 dispatch center and emergency services. This critical item is the topic of today’s special edition of The Mayor’s Table, with guest Dave Ripley, director of the San Juan County Communications Authority (dispatch). Watch this special episode HERE.

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