4H cost is in cents

Clarification of Voters' Pamphlet Measure 20-239 Explanatory Statement

Press Release By Leigh Rieder
The steering committee of Support Lane County 4-H and Extension (SLC4HE) notes the voters' pamphlets for the May 17 Primary Election contain potentially confusing language in the Explanatory Statement for Measure 20-239.  The statement shows a dollar sign ($) before “1.5 cents,” which may be incorrectly read as one dollar and 50 cents.  To clarify, the SLC4HE wishes to confirm that the measure, if approved, would establish a 5-year property tax of 1.5 cents per $1,000 of assessed value.
To stay informed about SLC4HE’s activities, please send an email to LaneExtension2016@gmail.com, or visit us online using the search terms Facebook Support-Lane-County-4-H-and-Extension.

 

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