Collier County told you the millions of dollars from a one-percent sales tax increase would help build your community. But where exactly would that money go? Voters in Collier County get to decide in November whether to collect the cash to fix roads like Airport-Pulling Road. “I would rather see the sales tax increase by
Voters in Collier County have a big decision to make come November 6. On election day, voters will decide whether to pass a one-cent-per-dollar increase, taking the county sales tax from six percent to seven percent. If the sales tax increase passes, Collier County said it would raise nearly $500 million, all to fund county
On Nov. 6, Collier County voters will be asked to vote for a seven-year, one-cent sales surtax to address a range of infrastructure and community needs. The key word here? Needs. I have heard from community members arguing this is unnecessary, that the proposed sales tax is burdensome, and that the projects are wants, not
It’s easy to say “no” to any new tax — for example, Collier County’s local-option one-cent infrastructure sales tax on the Nov. 6 general election ballot. But, as hard as it is to vote for a new tax, in this case it’s harder to live with the consequences of a no vote. For me, it’s
For Immediate Release September 17, 2018 Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Naples, Fla. — One Collier, a political committee formed in support of Collier County’s proposed infrastructure sales surtax, has formally launched its campaign to inform and educate voters ahead of the November 6 general election. The proposed seven-year, one-cent infrastructure sales surtax will raise approximately $490 million
Collier County’s proposed seven-year, one-cent sales surtax is a way for the community to give back. Watch the video to see why Mary Ann Guerra, with the David Lawrence Center, supports the proposed sales tax.
Collier County’s proposed seven-year, one-cent sales surtax is a way for the community to come together to get things done. Watch the video to hear why Julie Schmelzle, chairwoman of Opportunity Naples, supports the proposed sales tax.
Collier County's proposed seven-year, one-cent sales surtax is a way to address a variety of unmet infrastructure needs throughout the county. Watch the video to hear why Dudley Goodlette, chairman of the One Collier campaign and a former state representative, supports the proposed sales tax.
No one likes new taxes, but Collier County's proposed seven-year, one-cent sales surtax is a chance for us to come together as one community to raise $490 million for necessary infrastructure projects. Watch the video to hear why Jennifer Trammell, a member of the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce's Public Policy Committee, thinks this proposal
For Ed Morton, the choice to support Collier County’s proposed seven-year, one-cent infrastructure sales surtax is an economic one. Watch the video to see why Morton, a member of the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, supports Collier County’s proposed seven-year, one-cent sales tax.