Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday
Governor Murphy, Senate President Scutari, Assembly Speaker Coughlin Announce Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday. Tax Holiday Aims to Make Essential Items for Students More Affordable.
DougCo voters to decide on continuing open space tax this fall
The Columbine Open Space and Trail is managed by the Douglas County Open Space & Natural Resources Department.Douglas County. [DOUGLAS COUNTY, COLO.] The Douglas County Commissioners plan to ask voters to extend the current 0.17% open space portion of the county's 1% sales and use tax this fall.
Front Range voters could consider tax for passenger rail service in 1-2 years
[CASTLE PINES, COLO.] Voters across much of Colorado's Front Range could be asked to approve a sales and use tax in the next few years to help pay for a proposed multi-billion dollar, high-speed passenger rail service between Pueblo and Fort Collins.
Denver may end diaper tax, joining Aurora and state
(Denver, Colo.) The City and County of Denver may join Aurora and the state and end the tax on diapers. A bill to end tax on diapers tops the City Council’s Finance and Governance Committee meeting agenda of May 31. The meeting was canceled due to the holiday, however. Committee Chair Kendra Black said since the bill is on the consent calendar it will not be discussed.
Conservation easements worry DougCo open space committee
[DOUGLAS COUNTY, COLO.] To avoid costly potential litigation, Douglas County should get rid of about a dozen conservation easements on private land, the county open space advisory committee discussed last week.
DougCo commissioners debate putting open space tax extension on ballot
The Dupont open space is among the many overseen by the Douglas County Open Space program.Douglas County. Correction: This story originally said the Douglas County open space sales and use tax rate was 1.17%. This is incorrect. The rate is 0.17% of the overall Douglas County sales tax rate of 1%.
Dollar Stores: A Sign of the Times
Less bang for your buck in 2022.(GideoniJunior/iStock) A “dollar store” was a place where someone could get cleaning products, party supplies, holiday candy, a replacement plate, and anything else of a similar nature all usually under twenty dollars. At one dollar per item, the concept was a hard one to beat. Numerous shops popped up across the country over the last twenty years to provide Americans with all the party supplies, snacks, and household items they could need.