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Alachua County says no to road surtax, yes to school tax renewal

By on November 6th, 2012

Registered Alachua County voters chose to renew a property tax for local schools. The measure passed with 68 percent of the vote.

The one-mil tax supplements state support for local schools and existing local property taxes dedicated to K-12 schools in Alachua County.

Voters said no to levying  a sales surtax to pay for road repairs by 67 percent.

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