Yes for Scottsdale Streets launches to support infrastructure ballot measure

Scottsdale Councilwoman Suzanne Klapp is one of two members of Scottsdale City Council who are spearheading an effort meant to help educate residents on the need for revenue to help pay for infrastructure costs. / Arianna Grainey. Independent Newsmedia.

 

Scottsdale Independent

A political action committee coined, “Yes for Scottsdale Streets” has been formed to support the anticipated ballot question scheduled for the Nov. 6 Scottsdale election.

The ballot measure asks residents to approve an increase in the city’s transportation sales tax by .10 percent for a period of 10 years to fund transportation projects to improve streets throughout the city, according to a press release.

The tax is an increase of one penny on every $10 purchase and can only be used for transportation projects, Yes for Scottsdale Streets officials contend.

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