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KETCHIKAN - Officials in Ketchikan tentatively approved a sales tax increase of a half-cent, intended to pay for bridge repairs. The increase would go into effect July 1. The current sales tax in Ketchikan in 6 percent.The city estimates the repairs to the bridge and trestle will run about $11.2 million
Ketchkan tax increase to pay for bridge repairs 022509 NEWS 2 Capital City Weekly KETCHIKAN - Officials in Ketchikan tentatively approved a sales tax increase of a half-cent, intended to pay for bridge repairs. The increase would go into effect July 1. The current sales tax in Ketchikan in 6 percent.The city estimates the repairs to the bridge and trestle will run about $11.2 million
Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Story last updated at 2/25/2009 - 11:35 am

Ketchkan tax increase to pay for bridge repairs

KETCHIKAN - Officials in Ketchikan tentatively approved a sales tax increase of a half-cent, intended to pay for bridge repairs. The increase would go into effect July 1. The current sales tax in Ketchikan in 6 percent.The city estimates the repairs to the bridge and trestle will run about $11.2 million


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