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The City Council will vote on a resolution endorsing a local income tax on Monday.
Lincoln Beauregard’s style isn’t orthodox, but it works.
The legislation would state the city’s support for such a tax, and likely provoke a lawsuit testing its legality.
The vote comes the same day the King County Council established its own fund.
A brick-and-mortar store pursues a net fix.
She’s bringing the plan to a council vote today.
The plan would have raised $55 million a year for homeless services. He says he’s now in favor of a county-wide sales tax instead.
The resolution had drawn concern last week, but a small change in the language mollified those fears.
A new resolution that would prevent the city from doing business with banks who lend to the Keystone XL Pipeline project is giving the city council pause.
The anti-tax man is accused of embezzling funds and misappropriating donations.