Wednesday, July 13, 2011 at 4:00 am (Updated: July 13, 4:02 am)
LEBANON JUNCTION - For nearly a decade folks working in Lebanon Junction have paid .8 percent of their salaries to the city in occupational license fees or occupational taxes as they’re commonly referred to, but workers may be paying more in the near future if City Council acts on a proposal to raise the rate to 1 percent.
During the July regular meeting of the Lebanon Junction City Council, councilman Steve Masden suggested increasing the occupational fee rate to help the city meet its obligations and have money set aside for unforeseen expenses.
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