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Resolution Proposing an Ordinance Modifying Local Income Tax Allocations in Monroe County and Casting Fifty-Eight Votes in Favor of the Ordinance - Re: Adjusting the Allocations between the Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) and General Public Safety Purposes Tax Rates Without Changing Other Allocations or the Total Expenditure Tax Rate

Resolution 18-16 proposes an ordinance to the Monroe County Local Income Tax Council that would modify the allocation of tax revenues between two components of the Local Income Tax Expenditure tax rate. This reallocation will affect the public safety answering point (PSAP) and general public safety (Public Safety) rates authorized under Indiana Code ยง 6-3.6-6-8, without changing other components of the Expenditure Rate or the Expenditure Rate overall. With adoption of the ordinance, the tax rate for the PSAP would decrease to 0.0816% (representing 32.63% of the total), and the tax rate for Public Safety would increase to 0.1684% (representing 67.37% of the total). The reallocation follows the recommendation of the Public Safety Local Income Tax Committee of the County Income Tax Council and would go into effect on January 1, 2019.

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Final 2018-09-26 pass 9-0