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Quincy to propose food/beverage tax

Quincy to propose food/beverage tax

2 weeks, 3 days ago by Scott Hardy

Similar to measure voted down last year, would be used for future economic growth

The City of Quincy wants to again try to implement a 2 cent food and beverage tax, with the money to go to promote future economic growth.  

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The City Council will hear a first reading of a proposed ordinance Monday night. It's similar to a proposal voted down by Alderman in April 2018. If passed, it would bring in $1.5 million to the city annually. Quincy Mayor Kyle Moore says the money would be used to implement more of the Quincy Next strategic plan. Moore says that the proposal has been in the planning stage for six months.  

( Mayor Kyle Moore :29 )  

Moore says that before the first reading, he'll also give a detailed presentation on the city's future economic growth.

( Mayor Kyle Moore :21 )

Moore says that if the food and beverage tax is approved, it would only be used for economic growth in the city.

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