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1% Sales and Use Tax

The results are in – Park County and Cody have voted on the candidates and issues in the 2020 General Election. The results were posted Tuesday night. 11,768 ballots were cast across Park County’s nine polling locations. The full voter counts and percentages are available on the Park County Elections Office website.  Board Trustees for…

One benefit of the proposed specific purpose sales tax will be preserving and improving the dynamic between Cody’s students and cops. One of the many issues Park County will vote on in next Tuesday’s general election is the 1% general purpose sales and use excise tax. If implemented, it would add a tax equal to…

There are several important local and state issues on the 2020 Election ballot – which could determine the funding available for the city, and county, and the world to know everything Cody has to offer. There are four ballot propositions Park County voters will be asked to give their vote for or against. 1. Constitutional…

After over a year and millions of dollars, the “impossible” is finished and open. The Cody Chamber of Commerce joined the city’s public works department, Mountain Construction Company, and other agency representatives Thursday for the official ribbon cutting at Castle Creek. The original scope of the $14 million dollar  Southfork Federal Lands Access Project was…

If it passes, Cody’s sales tax will go right back into Cody. At Tuesday night’s City Council meeting, City Administrator Barry Cook presented Resolution NO. 2020-17 – A Resolution Obligating One Percent General Purpose Tax for Essential Services and Capital Expenditures Only. The General Purpose 1% Sales and Use Tax is on the ballot for…


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