Associated Press, Published March 22 2011
Wyndmere considering 2 percent city sales taxWYNDMERE, N.D. – The southeast North Dakota community of Wyndmere is considering a 2 percent sales tax to improve infrastructure including the town’s sanitary sewer system.
Mayor Seth Springer tells the Wahpeton Daily News that a tax would raise up to $50,000 a year for the work.
City leaders are holding a public meeting Thursday to talk about the idea of a home-rule charter that would give them the authority to impose the tax.
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