Roseville Measure B: ½ cent sales tax hike
If approved by a majority of voters, Roseville would increase the city sales tax by 0.50 percentage points. Measure B revenue would go into the city's general fund and could be used for any purpose. It would take effect April 1, 2019.Yes: For the measureArgument in favor: Proponents say the additional revenue would help maintain rapid 911 response times; prevent cuts to public parks, libraries and museums, and help maintain city streets. They also say Measure B has strict financial accountability that ensures the tax money will be used in Roseville for essential city services.Supporters: Susan Rohan, mayor, City of Roseville; David Breninger, resident, Sun City Roseville; Kristen Holihan, president, Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce; Matthew Bridge, member, City of Roseville Parks and Recreation Commission and president, Friends of the Roseville Public Library; Ronald Lawrence, 1st vice president, California Police Chiefs Association.No: Against the measureNo information submitted.
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