Rate to go from .8 percent to 1 percent for those working in the city
By Alex Wimsatt
Wednesday, October 5, 2011 at 3:00 am (Updated: October 5, 3:14 am)
LEBANON JUNCTION - Everyone who pays occupational taxes to the city of Lebanon Junction will find a little more taken out of their paychecks starting next year.
During the October regular meeting of the Lebanon Junction City Council, council members voted 5-1 in favor of an ordinance to raise the city’s occupational tax rate from .8 to 1 percent.
Council members Larry Dangerfield, Randall Logsdon, Ozzie Maraman, Steve Masden and Allie Phillips voted to adopt the ordinance.
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