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County Tax Increases

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SUMMARY OF TAX ISSUE(S) ON THE BALLOT

# OF TAX INCREASE

Adair CountySandy Collop660-665-33501) Tax renewal for city of Kirksville of $0.05; 2) property tax renewal of $0.35 per $100

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Andrew CountyCyndee Merritt816-324-3624No ballot measures with spending implications submitted

0

Atchison CountySusette  Taylor660-744-62141) Rockport school: property tax levy, tax; 2) Tarkio City local use tax; 3) County road continuous of sales tax

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Audrain CountyShelley Harvey573-473-58201) Shall the Board of Education of the Community R-VI School District, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of One Million Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($1,250,000)for the purpose of providing funds to improve student safety by completing secure entrance modifications, replacing hardware on interior doors and installing security equipment on buses; 2) Shall Public Water Supply District No. 2 of Audrain County, Missouri, issue its waterworks revenue bonds in the amount of $1,750,000 for the purpose of extending and improving its waterworks system, the cost of operation and maintenance of said system and the principal of and interest on said revenue bonds to be payable solely from the revenues derived by the District from the operation of its waterworks system, including all future extensions and improvements thereto; 3) Shall the board of directors of the Middletown community fire protection district be  authorized to levy an annual property tax replacing collection of annual dues at a tax rate not more than thirty (30) cents per one hundred (100) dollars assessed valuation; 4) Shall there be incorporated a fire protection district and shall the Board of Directors of the Laddonia-Rural Fire Protection District be authorized to levy a tax of not more than 30 cents on the one hundred dollars assessed valuation to provide funds for the support of the District

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Barry CountyGary  Youngblook417-682-35291) City of Mindenmines tax levy for $0.50 of 100 valuation; 2) Barton City township retain levy of $0.25 of $100 valuation for road maintenance; 3) Richmond township retain road levy $0.37 for $100

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Barton CountyKristina Crockett417-682-35291) Shall the tax levy of the City of Mindenmines, Missouri be set in the amount of fifty cents ($0.50) on the one hundred dollar assessed valuation; 2) Shall Barton City Township retain a special road levy of twenty-five cents ($0.25) on the one hundred dollar assessed valuation for the years of 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017, to be used for road maintenance of said township; 3) Shall Richland Township retain a special road levy of thirty-seven cents ($0.37) on the one hundred dollar assessed valuation for the years of 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017, to be used for road maintenance of said township

3

Bates CountyMarlene  Wainscott660-679-33711) Shall New Home Township levy an additional tax rate of $0.2500 on the $100 valuation; 2) Shall Lone Oak Township levy an additional tax rate of $0.3000 on the $100 valuation; 3) Shall Osage Township levy an additional tax rate of $0.2000 on the $100 valuation; 4) Shall the Board of Education of the Drexel R-IV School District of Cass County, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy borrow money in the amount of two million dollars; 5) Shall the Board of Education of the Butler R-V School District of Bates County, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy borrow money in the amount of two million five hundred thousand dollars; 6) Shall Charlotte Township levy an additional tax rate of $0.2900 on the $100 valuation

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Benton CountyMary Lutman660-438-73261) Shall the Board of Education of the Morgan County R-I School District, Missouri, be authorized to increase the operating tax levy ceiling of the District to $3.43 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation in order to retain qualified staff, maintain its facilities and meet the operating expenses of the District; 2) Shall the Board of Education of the Cole Camp R-I School District of Benton County, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Three Million Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($3,250,000) for the purpose of providing funds to complete energy efficiency improvements; 3) Shall the Warsaw RIX School District of Benton County, Missouri issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $8,000,000 for the purpose of constructing, improving, furnishing and equipping school facilities

3

Bollinger CountyDiane  Holzum573-238-1900 x3331) Bollinger County Library District seeks to increase the assessed valuation tax from $0.20 per one hundred dollars to $0.47 per one hundred dollars

1

Boone CountyWendy Noren573-886-42951) Boone County: $14 million general obligation bond; 2) City of Centralia: $0.25 per $100 tax levy; 3) Harrisburg city: $2 million general obligation bond; 4) City of Columbia: $15 million obligation bond

4

Buchanan CountyMary (Baack) Garvey816-271-14121) Shall the Mid-Buchanan R-V board of education borrow money in the amount of 1,200,000 dollars for the purpose of meeting the FEMA Safe Room grant requirements,  unding modifications to the Safe Room including but not limited to connecting walkways to the existing buildings, re-keying the school building and improving security at the
entrances, updating and adding to the school surveillance system, and bringing the seating at the football field up to current insurance liability standards

1

Butler CountyTonyi  Deffendall573-686-80501) Poplar bluff School District: $3.55 per $100 valuation for new school construction; 2) Neelyville School District: $0.33 per $100 of assessed valuation

2

Caldwell CountyBeverly Bryant816-586-25711) Shall the Board of Education of the Cameron R-I School District, Missouri without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Nine Million Seven Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($9,750,000) for the purpose of the construction of a new middle school

1

Callaway CountyDenise Hubbard573-642-07301) Shall the City of Fulton, Missouri, issue its sewerage system revenue bonds in the amount of $13,000,000 for the purpose of extending and improving its sewerage system, including without limitation improvements required to comply with rules and regulations imposed by the state and federal government applicable to its wastewater treatment plant, the cost of operation and maintenance of said sewerage system and the principal of and interest on said revenue bonds to be payable solely from the revenues derived by the City from the operation of its sewerage system, including all future extensions and improvements thereto; 2) Shall the Board of Education of the Community R-VI  School District, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of One Million Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($1,250,000)

2

Camden CountyRowland Todd573-346-4440 x12201) Mid County Fire District: $0.12 tax levy

1

Cape Girardeau CountyKara Clark Summers573-243-35471) Shall the County of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, impose a local use tax at the same rate as the total sales tax rate, currently one percent (1%); 2) Shall the City of Jackson, Misouri, impose a local use tax at the same rate as the total local sales tax rate, currently 2%

2

Carroll CountyPeggy  McGaugh660-542-0615No ballot measures with spending implications submitted

0

Carter CountyRebecca Simpson Gibbs573-323-4527No ballot measures with spending implications submitted

0

Cass CountyJanet Burlingame816-380-81021) Shall the Board of Education of Drexel R-IV School District of Cass County, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) for the purpose of providing funds to complete energy efficiency improvements; 2) Shall the Board of Education of the East Lynne #40 School District of Cass County, Missouri, be authorized to eliminate fully the Proposition C Sales Tax Rollback in its operating levy under Section 164.013 R.S.Mo. 3) Shall the Board of Education of the Holden R-III School District, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Two Million Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,200,000) for the purpose of providing funds to [improve and repair] the Middle School; 4) Shall the municipality of the City of Harrisonville, Missouri be authorized to impose a transportation sales tax of one-half of the one percent (0.5%) for street and sidewalk improvements; 5) Shall the City of Kansas City, Missouri issue and sell waterwork revenue bonds in the principal amount of $500,000,000.00 for the purpose of extending and improving the waterworks system of the City; 6) Shall the City of Lee’s Summit, Missouri, issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $10,000,000 for the purpose of constructing road improvements; 7) Shall the City of Peculiar, Missouri, impose a motor vehicle fuel tax, including both gasoline and diesel fuel at a rate of ($0.01) per gallon to be used for [road improvements and repair]; 8) Shall the City of Pleasant Hill, Missouri issue its revenue bonds in the amount of $2,000,000.00 for the purpose of [improving and repairing waterworks]; 9) Shall the board of directors of the Creighton Fire Protection District be authorized to provide, or contract for the provision of, emergency ambulance service within the district and be authorized to levy a tax not to exceed thirty cents on the one hundred dollars assessed valuation to provide funds for such service; 10) Shall the Western Cass Fire Protection District issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $850,000 to provide funds to acquire [new trucking and rescue equipment] 11) Shall the board of directors of the Dolan West Dolan Fire Protection District be authorized to increase the annual tax levy from the current ($.30) to ($.50) on each hundred dollar assessed valuation; 12) Shall the Pleasant Hill Fire Protection District of Cass County, Missouri, impose a sales tax of one-half of one percent for the purpose of providing revenues for the operation of the Pleasant Hill Fire Protection District of Cass County, Missouri

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Cedar CountyPeggy  Kenney417-276-6700 x2211) Shall the Board of Education of the Dadeville R-2 School District of Dade County, Missouri, borrow money in the amount of One Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,500,000); 2) Shall the Bethel special road district retain a tax levy of 35 cents per one hundred dollar valuation; Shall the Independence Special Road District retain a tax levy of 35 cents per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation; 3) Shall the Caplinger Special Road District retain a tax levy of 35 cents per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation; 4) Shall the Jerico Special Road District retain a tax levy of 35 cents per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation; 5) Shall the Cedar Hall Special Road District retain a tax levy of 35 cents per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation; 6) Shall the Koncord Special Road District retain a tax levy of 35 cents per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation; 7) Shall the El Dorado Special Road District retain a tax levy of 35 cents per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation; 8) Shall the Korth Special Road District retain a tax levy of 35 cents per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation; 10) Shall the Bear Creek Special Road District retain a tax levy of 35 cents per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation; 11) Shall the Madison Special Road District retain a tax levy of 35 cents per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation; 12) Shall the Masters Special Road District retain a tax levy of 35 cents per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation; 13) Shall the El Dorado Springs R-2 School District, Cedar County, Missouri borrow money in the amount of Seven Million Nine Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($7,950,000), and issue general obligation bonds for the payment thereof

13

Chariton CountySusan Littleton660-288-32731) Brunswick School District R-5: Borrow $4million; 2) Clark Township: increase of $0.35 per $100 valuation; 3) City Salsberry 1.375% local use; 4) Brunswick: .05% transportation sales tax increase

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Christian CountyKay Brown417-581-63601) Shall the City of Nixa, Missouri issue bonds in the amount not exceed Seven Million Eight Hundred Ten Thousand Dollars ($7,810,000) to fund the capital improvements, including the acquisition, equipping and development of parks, the making of street improvements and the construction of sidewalks and, if necessary, the acquisition of rights-of-way, and impose a sales tax of one-half of one percent (1/2 of 1%) to repay such bonds with the sales tax to sunset upon the repayment in full of all outstanding bonds hereby authorized and issued; 2) Shall the City of Sparta impose a Sales Tax of one half (1/2) of one percent to be effective January 1, 2015 for the purpose of maintaining, replacing, repairing, and improving the City’s streets and constructing, maintaining, replacing, repairing and improving sidewalks; 3) Shall the Municipality of Billings impose a sales tax of one-half of one percent (.5%) for the purpose of funding capital improvements, the revenues from such tax being used solely and exclusively for capital improvements, repairs and maintenance to and of the Historic Bank of Billings property and building, with such tax terminating and sunsetting three years after the effective date of imposition of such tax; 4) Shall the City of Clever, Missouri be authorized to impose a sales tax of three-eighths of one percent (3/8 of 1%) for transportation purposes to provide funding, including without limitation, for construction, reconstruction, repair and maintenance of streets and roads in the City of Clever, Missouri and, if necessary, the acquisition of rights-of-way; 5) Shall the Billings Special Road District of Christian County, Missouri, levy an additional tax rate of thirty-five cents (.35) on the hundred dollars ($100.00) valuations, for a period of four (4) years; 6) Shall the Ava R-I School District of Douglas County, Missouri board of education borrow money in the amount of $3,200,000; 7) Shall the Nixa Public Schools, Christian County, Missouri board of education borrow money in the amount of $9,500,000 for the purpose of building additions to, renovating, repairing and improving school facilities of the District

7

Clark CountyLeih Ann Hayden660-727-32831) Property tax levy: senior services; 2) Property tax levy: nursing home

2

Clay CountySheri Chapman816-415-86831) Kansas City: waterworks revenue bonds $500 million

1

Clinton CountyMary Barton816-539-37131) Shall the Board of Education of the Cameron R-I School District, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Nine Million Seven Hundred Fifty Thousand
Dollars ($9,750,000) for the purpose of providing funds for the site development, construction, equipping and furnishing a new Middle School; 2) Shall Lawson Reorganized School District No. R-XIV of Ray County, Missouri, issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $6,500,000 for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, repairing, improving, extending, remodeling, renovating, furnishing and equipping new and existing school facilities

2

Cole CountyMarvin Register573-634-91011) Shall the Board of Education of the Moniteau County R-1 School District, Missouri, borrow money in the amount of Four Million Dollars

1

Cooper CountyDarryl Kempf660-882-21141) Shall the Board of Education of the Boonville R-I School District of Cooper County, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Four Million Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($4,200,000) for the purpose of providing funds to complete district-wide safety and security upgrades; to complete heating, ventilation, and air conditioning improvements and deferred maintenance issues; 2) Shall the School Board of Blackwater R-II School District be authorized to increase the operating tax levy for purposes of general improvements to the District’s curriculum, transportation service, building equipment, and instructional compensation, as well as meeting general operating expenses, by One Dollar ($1.00 per One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) of assessed valuation; 3) Approval of the following proposition is estimated to result in no tax increase the existing debt service levy of $0.6703 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation of real and personal property. Shall the Otterville R-VI School District of Cooper Count, Missouri issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $800,000

3

Crawford CountyMardy Leathers573-775-23761)  Shall School District No. 1 of Crawford Cunty incur indebtedness and issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $2,100,000 for the purpose of building repair and renovation

1

Dade CountyMelinda Wright417-637-2724No ballot measures with spending implications submitted

0

Dallas CountyPam Louderbaugh417-345-26321) Renewal of sales tax for road and bridge capital improvements

1

Daviess CountyVicki Corwin660-663-26411) School levy for South Harrison R-2: Increase of $0.60 per $100 valuation; 2) Special bond for Cameron R-1: $9,750,000; 3) Eagleton sales tax increase: 0.05%; 4) Winston street levy: $0.30 continuation of existing levy: 5) Jameson tax continuation: $0.20 per 100 valuation

5

DeKalb CountyMelissa Meek816-449-54021) County: Sales tax renewal; 2) Cameron R-I School District: borrow $9 million; 3) Union Star City: General obligation bonds $150,000; 4) Dallas township: $0.35 tax levy renewal

4

Dent CountyAngie Curley573-729-4144No ballot measures with spending implications submitted

0

Douglas CountyKarry Davis417-683-47141) Ava R-I School District: Borrow $3,200,000 for schools

1

Dunklin CountyCarol Hinesly573-888-13741) Arbyrd City: Sales tax issue increase of ½ of one percent; 2) Arbyrd City: additional sales tax increase of ½ of one percent (for alternative purpose and use)

2

Franklin CountyDebbie Door636-583-63551) Shall Franklin County impose a local use tax at the same rate as the total sales tax rate, currently 1 ½%, provided that if the local sales tax rate is reduced or raised by voter approval, the local use tax rate shall also be reduced or raised by the same action;  2) Shall Reorganized School District No. 1 of Crawford County, Missouri, incur indebtedness and issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $2,100,000 for the purpose of building additions to and repairing, renovating and improving existing school facilities and furnishing and equipping the same; 3) Shall the Board of Directors of the Pacific Fire Protection District, Missouri, borrow money in the amount of $1,580,000; 4) Shall there be a tax increase of $0.10 per $100 assessed valuation over the present $0.10 per $100 assessed valuation tax

4

Gasconade CountyLesa Lietzow573-486-5427Ballot Not Available Currently
Gentry CountyCarol Reidlinger660-726-35251) Shall Wilson Township be authorized to renew and continue a levy of thirty cents on the $100.00 assessed valuation on all real estate and personal property in the general road district of Wilson Township; 2) Shall Bogle Township be authorized to renew and continue a levy of forty-five cents on the $100.00 assessed valuation on all real estate and personal property in the general road district of Bogle Township

2

Greene CountyRichard  Struckhoff417-868-40551) Repeal of 3/4 cent tax for Firefighters and Police Officers; 2) Nixa Public Schools seek to borrow $9,500,000 for building improvements and renovations (This only applies to two Greene County residents)

2

Grundy CountyBetty Spickard660-359-4040 x41) County local use tax: Increase to 1.5%

1

Harrison CountyJackie Deskins660-425-64241) Shall the Board of Education of the South Harrison County R-II School District, Missouri, be authorized to increase the operating tax levy ceiling by $0.60 to $4.2513 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation through Tax Year 2033 in order to provide funds for the site development, construction, equipping, and furnishing of a middle school addition and meet the additional operating needs of the District

1

Henry CountyRick Watson660-885-7204Unspecific: Mixture of tax renewals, obligation bonds, and tax levies

6

Hickory CountyJeanne Lindsey417-745-64501) School bond: extend an existing bond

1

Holt CountyKathy Kunkel660-446-33031) Shall the county of Holt impose a countywide sales tax at the rate of one-half of one percent; 2) Shall the Corning Special Road District of Holt County, Missouri, levy an additional tax rate of thirty-five cents of the hundred dollar assessed valuation; 3) Shall there be a fifteen cent increase in tax levy on one hundred dollars valuation for general municipal purposes

3

Howard CountyKathyrne Ann Harper660-248-22841) Shall the Board of Education of the Harrisburg R-VIII School District, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Two Million dollars ($2,000,000) for the purpose of improving security and monitoring capabilities [of school facilities]

1

Howell CountyDennis VonAllmen417-256-25911) Shall the Board of Education of the Fairview R-XI School District, Missouri, borrow money in the amount of Two Million Five Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($2,550,000) for the purpose of providing funds to improve safety and security at all the District’s facilities

1

Iron CountyVirginia Queen573-546-2912No ballot measures with spending implications submitted

0

Jackson County/Kansas CityMary Jo Spino816-325-46001) Shall the Consolidated School District No. 2 (Raytown) of Jackson County, Missouri borrow money in the amount of $22,000,000 for the purpose of constructing, renovating, improving, furnishing and equipping school facilities of the District, including safety and security enhancements, roof replacements, lighting improvements, restrooms, plumbing, electrical and technology upgrades, and renovation and expansion of the existing Raytown South High School athletic facility and issue bonds for the payment thereof; 2) Shall the City of Kansas City, Missouri issue and sell waterworks revenue bonds in the principal amount of $500,000,000.00 or the purpose of extending and improving the waterworks system of the City including

2

Jasper CountyBonnie Earl417-358-04161) City of Sarcoxie: $80,000 obligation bond; 2) Carthage R-9: $18 million; 3) City of Web City: $2,500,000 Obligation Bond; 4) City of Carl Junction: $2 million bond

4

Jefferson CountyWes Wagner636-797-54831) Shall the School District of the City of De Soto, Jefferson County, Missouri Board of Education borrow money in the amount of Nine Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($9,500,000); 2) Shall the Board of Education of the Northwest R-1 School District of Jefferson County, Missouri borrow money in the amount of $12,500,000 for the purposes of implementing school improvements recommended by the Facilities Planning Committee; 3) Shall the Board of Education of the North St. Francois County R-I School District, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Seven Million Dollars ($7,000,000); 4) Shall the Board of Directors of the Pacific Fire Protection District, Missouri, borrow money in the amount of $1,580,000; 5) As provided by Section 321.552 RSMo., shall the North Jefferson County Ambulance District impose a ½ cent sales tax for the purpose of providing revenue for operating the North Jefferson County Ambulance District and mandatorily reduce the property taxes by an amount equal to fifty percent of the total sales tax revenue from the previous year; 6) Shall the City of Festus, Missouri, increase its general property tax in the amount of $0.21 per $100.00 of assessed valuation to fund the operation of a full-time municipal fire department and the employment of one full-time firefighter and one part-time firefighter to provide fire protection services 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, 365-days a year

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Johnson CountyDiane  Thompson660-747-61611) Shall the Board of Education of the Holden R-III School District, Missouri, without an increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Two Million Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,200,000); 2) Shall the Board of Education of the Holden R-III School District, Missouri, without an increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Two Million Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,200,000); 3) Shall the Board of Education of the Holden R-III School District, Missouri, without an increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Two Million Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,200,000); 4) Shall the Board of Education of the Holden R-III School District, Missouri, without an increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Two Million Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,200,000)

4

Knox CountyMarlene  Spory660-397-21841) Shall the County Road and Bridge District of Knox County CONTINUE AN EXISTING levy rate of .3500 on the hundred dollar valuation for the purpose of Road and Bridge upkeep and repairs

1

Laclede CountyGlenda Mott417-532-54711) Shall the Board of Education of the Lebanon R-3 School District of Laclede County, Missouri, borrow money in the amount of Thirty Two Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($32,500,000) for the purpose of providing funds for the site development construction, equipping, and furnishing of a new middle school on land already owned by the District; 2) Shall Richland R-IV School District of Pulaski County, Missouri, be authorized to increase the operating tax levy ceiling of the District for a period of 5 years to $3.0500 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation for general operating expenses; 3) Village of Evergreen: Shall there be a renewal of the thirty cent levy on one hundred dollars assessed valuation for the maintenance or purchase of a primary fire truck; 4) Village of Evergreen: Shall there be a renewal of the thirty cent levy on one hundred dollars assessed valuation for the maintenance or purchase or maintenance of secondary fire vehicles; 5) Village of Evergreen: Shall there be a renewal of the thirty cent levy on one hundred dollars assessed valuation for the maintenance or purchase or maintenance of firefighting equipment; 6) Village of Evergreen: Shall there be a renewal of the thirty cent levy on one hundred dollars assessed valuation for the maintenance or purchase or maintenance of a primary police vehicle; 7) Village of Evergreen: Shall there be a renewal of the thirty cent levy on one hundred dollars assessed valuation for the maintenance or purchase or maintenance of a secondary police vehicle; 8) Village of Evergreen: Shall there be a renewal of the thirty cent levy on one hundred dollars assessed valuation for the maintenance or purchase or maintenance of the village buildings and properties; 9) Shall the Lebanon Special Road District #1 of Laclede County continue to levy the additional property tax rate of 20 cents (twenty cents) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation; 10) Shall the Phillipsburg Special Road District #3 of Laclede County continue to levy the additional property tax rate of the 23 cents (twenty three cent) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation

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Lafayette CountyLinda Niendick660-259-43151) Levy a tax of up to 15 cents on each one hundred dollars of assessed valuation to provide funds for the control of noxious weeds; 2) Renewal of the current 35 cents on the one hundred dollars assessed valuation of all taxable real and tangible personal property; 3) Shall the Lafayette County C-1 School District issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $2,000,000 for the purpose of [constructing and improving school equipment and facilities]; 4) Shall the City of Alma renew a 30 cent tax levy on one hundred dollars of assessed valuation for general municipal purposes; 5) Shall the city of Blackburn impose a twenty-nine cent ($.29) tax increase in the levy per $100.00 assessed valuation for general municipal purposes; 6) Shall the City of Lake Lafayette, Missouri increase the tax levy in the amount of 30 cents per $100 of assed property valuation; 6) Shall the city of Mayview, Missouri impose a city sales tax of one percent on the receipts from the sale of retail or all tangible personal property or taxable services at retail; 7) Shall the tax levy on the City of Wellington, Missouri be increased in the amount of 30 cents per $100 assessed valuation of all real and tangible personal property for general operating expenses; 8) Shall the Sni-Valley Fire Protection District of Jackson and Lafayette Counties, Missouri be authorized to levy an additional operating tax of not more than $0.27 per one hundred dollars assessed valuation

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Lawrence CountyGary Emerson417-466-26381) Monnet Rural Fire District: Establish $0.30 District Levy; 2) Miller Rural Fire Protection District: Establish $0.17 District Levy; 3) Buck Prairie Special Road District: Renew $ 0.31   Levy; 4) Common I Road District: Renew $ 0.20  Levy; 5) Common II Road District: Renew $ 0.21  Levy; 6) Midway Benefit Special Road District: Renew $ 0.24  Levy; 7) Miller Benefit Special Road District: Renew $ 0.19  Levy; 8) Mt. Pleasant Benefit Special Road District: Renew $ 0.20  Levy; 9) Mt. Vernon Benefit Special Road District: Renew $ 0.16  Levy; 10) Red Oak Benefit Special Road District: Renew $ 0.20 Levy; 11) Verona Benefit Special Road District: Renew $ 0.19  Levy; 12) Aurora R-8 School: $2,500,000 Bond Issue Question; 13) Pierce City R- 6 School: $0.35 Levy increase question; 14) City of Monett: $6,000,000 Bond Issue

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Lewis CountySharon Schlager573-767-5205Shall the Board of Education of the Palmyra R-I School District of Marion County, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Six Million Dollars ($6,000,000); 2) Shall the City of Canton, Missouri, issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $1,750,000 for the purpose of providing flood protection improvements for the City, including improvements to the levee

2

Lincoln CountyCrystal Hall636-528-63001) Shall the board of education of the Silex R-I School District, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service tax levy, issue general obligation bonds in the amount of One Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,500,000) for the purpose of providing funds for [repairing] District facilities; 2) Shall the Board of Education of the Reorganized School District of R-III of Lincoln County, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Twenty Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($20,500,000) for the purpose of [constructing] a new middle school; 3) Shall the City of Elsberry impose a one cent per gallon tax on the sale of fuel used for propelling motor vehicles for the purpose of construction, reconstruction, maintenance, repair, signing, lighting, and cleaning roads and streets; 4) Shall the City of Moscow Mills, Missouri, issue its combined Waterworks and Sewerage System Revenue Bonds in the amount of ($3,000,000) for the purpose of [acquiring and construction of the waterworks and sewerage system of the City]; 5) Shall the City of Troy, Misouri impose a local use tax at the same rate as the total local sales tax rate, currently TWO PERCENT (2%); 6) Shall the Village of Fountain-N-Lake, Missouri, issue its sewerage system revenue bonds in the amount not to exceed $175,000.00

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Linn CountyPeggy  Ward660-895-5417[1) Renewal of Road tax, as well as 2 schools; 2) Bond issue for Marceline R5]

2

Livingston CountySherry Parks660-646-8000 x31) Shall the Cream Ridge Township  General Road District of Livingston County levy an additional tax rate of thirty-five cents ($0.35) on the one hundred dollars ($100) valuation; 2)Shall the Sampsel Township General Road District of Livingston County levy an additional tax rate of thirty-five ($0.35) on the hundred dollar ($100) valuation

2

Macon CountySherley Sims660-385-2913Has Not Reported
Madison CountyDonal Firebaugh573-783-21761) Shall the County of Madison impose a local use tax at the same rate as the local sales tax, currently at a rate of 2 percent (2%) provided that, if any local sales tax is repealed, reduced or raised by voter approval, the respective local use tax also shall be repealed, reduced or raised by the same action

1

Maries CountyRhonda Brewer573-422-3388Has Not Reported
Marion CountyValerie Dornberger573-769-2549Has Not Reported
McDonald CountyBarbara Williams417-223-75301) Shall Neosho R-V School District of Newton County, Missouri borrow money in the amount of $24,000,000 for the purpose of acquiring property and constructing a new junior high school building

1

Mercer CountyJudy Hamilton660-478-34251) Shall the Board of Education of the South Harrison County R-II School District, Missouri, be authorized to increase the operating tax levy ceiling by $0.60 to $4.2513 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation; 2) Shall the City of Mercer impose a city sales tax of one-percent

2

Miller CountyClayton Jenkins573-369-1910Has Not Reported
Mississippi CountyHubbert DeLay573-683-2146 x2211) Shall the city of Charleston, Missouri, levy a tax of three percent (3%) on each sleeping room occupied and rented by transient guests of hotels and motels located in the city

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Moniteau CountyAnita Groepper573-796-46611) Shall the City of California impose a local use tax at the same rate as the local sales tax rate, currently at a rate of One and one half percent (1.5%); 2) Shall the Board of Education of the Moniteau County R-1 School District, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Four Million Dollars ($4,000,000) for the purpose of providing funds for the construction of an addition to the agriculture building at the high school; 3) Shall the Board of Education of the Eldon R-I School District of Miller County, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Five Million Six Hundred Thousand Dollars ($5,600,000) for the purpose of providing funds to combine with resources from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for the site development; 4) Shall the board of Directors of the Moreau Fire Protection District be authorized to increase the rate of levy for the support of the district from a maximum authorized levy of 30 cents to a maximum levy of 55 cents on each one hundred dollars of assessed valuation

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Monroe CountySandra Francis660-327-51061) Shall the Board of Education of the Monroe City R-I School District, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Four Million Dollars for the purpose of providing funds for the completion of safety and security improvements to the elementary, middle school and high school buildings; 2) Shall the Ralls County R-II School District issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $7,500,000

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Montgomery CountyCathy Daniels573-564-3357Has Not Reported
Morgan CountyClement Cravens573-378-5436 x132Has Not Reported
New Madrid CountyKay Baum573-748-25241) Bond Issue – $32,300,000 Constructing & Improving School Facilities

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Newton CountyBeth Walker417-451-82211) Shall the Village of Leawood impose a Sales Tax of 7/8 of one percent (.875%); 2) Shall the city of Seneca impose a sales tax of one-half of one percent known as a “Public Safety Tax”?

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Nodaway CountyTracy Bridges660-582-22511) Shall City of Hopkins, Nodaway County, Missouri, be authorized to renew a tax levy of seventy-five cents ($.75) per One Hundred dollars valuation for street improvements and general purporses for four (4) years; 2) Shall the City of Graham authorize a levy of one dollar and fourteen cents (1.14) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for street improvement and general purposes for a period of (3) years

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Oregon CountyPatrick Steele417-778-7475Has Not Reported
Osage CountyLisa Nance Hawkins573-897-2139Has Not Reported
Ozark CountyPam Treece417-679-3516Has Not Reported
Pemiscot CountyRandy Taylor573-333-4203/2204Has Not Reported
Perry CountyNick La Strada573-547-4242No ballot measures with spending implications submitted

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Pettis CountyCarol Bennett660-826-5000 x9181) Shall the Board of Education of the Cole Camp R-I School District of Benton County, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Three Million Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($ 3,250,000) for the purpose of providing funds to complete energy efficiency improvements including heating, ventilation and air conditioning system upgrades and window replacements

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Phelps CountyMelissa Kempke573-458-61011) Shall the municipality of Rolla, Missouri, impose a sales tax of one-quarter (1/4) of one percent (.0025) for eight years beginning October 1, 2014, reduced to one-eighth (1/8)of one percent (.00125) beginning October 1, 2022

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Pike CountyJoan Harms573-324-24121) Shall the City of Bowling Green, Missouri, impose a sales tax of one-half cent (1/2¢) for the purpose of funding capital improvements consisting solely of street and street related improvements; 2) Shall the board of directors of the Middletown community fire protection district be authorized to levy an annual property tax replacing collection of annual dues at a tax rate not more than thirty (30) cent per one hundred (100) dollars assessed valuation, the  revenues from which shall be collected through the County of Pike and shall be deposited in the general fund of the Middletown community fire protection district and used for the expense of organization and operation and cost acquiring, supplying and maintaining the property, works and equipment of the district; 3) Shall the Board of Education of the Silex R-I School District, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service tax levy, issue general obligation bonds in the amount of One Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,500,000) for the purpose of providing funds for renovating, repairing, equipping and constructing District facilities and property including electrical, plumbing, safety and security improvements and issue bonds for the payment thereof; 4) Shall the Ralls County R-II School District issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $7,500,000 for the purpose of constructing, furnishing and equipping a centralized elementary school for preschool through fifth grade to be located on the Mark Twain campus

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Platte CountyMelinda Robertson816-858-4400Has Not Reported
Polk CountyBrent Bassett417-326-40311) Shall the Board of Education of the Dadeville R-II School District of Dade County, Missouri, borrow money in the amount of One Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,500,000) for the purpose of providing funds to complete safety and security upgrades; to construct, equip and furnish additional class rooms; to complete renovation improvements to the gymnasium; to the extent funds are available, to complete other upgrades, remodeling and repair improvements to the existing facilities of the District; 2) Shall the City of Humansville, Missouri be authorized to impose a city sales tax of one-half of one percent (.5%) to be used solely for law enforcement purposes; 3) Shall the City of Pleasant Hope impose a one/half of one percent (.5%) sales tax on the receipts from the sale of taxable goods and services sold within the city limits of Pleasant Hope for the sole use of providing for the expenses of law enforcement

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Pulaski CountyChrystal Perkins573-774-47011) Shall Richland R-IV School District of Pulaski County, Missouri, be authorized to increase the operating tax levy ceiling of the District for a period for 5 years to $3.0500 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation for general operating expenses

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Putnam CountyErnie Duckworth660-947-2674Has Not Reported
Ralls CountyWill  Ellis573-985-71111) Shall the Ralls County R-II School District issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $7,500,000 for the purpose of constructing, furnishing and equipping a centralized elementary school; 2) Shall the City of New London, Missouri, be authorized to issue revenue bonds up to the amount of $3,000,000.00 for the purpose of extending and improving the sewage and water collection, treatment and distribution systems; 3) Shall the Board of Education of the Monroe City R-I School District, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Four Million Dollars ($4,000,000) for the purpose of providing funds for the completion of safety and security improvements to the elementary, middle school
and high school buildings, including entrance modifications to better control building access, replace door locks, upgrade internal communication systems

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Randolph CountyGlenda Powell660-277-47171) Shall the County of Randolph impose a County Wide Sales Tax in the amount of one-quarter of one percent to provide funds to construct a new county administrative building; 2) Shall the Board of Education of the Northeast Randolph County R-IV School District, Missouri, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Three Million Dollars ($3,000,000) for the purpose of providing funds for the completion of security upgrades; 3) Shall the city of Clifton Hill impose a city sales tax of one percent on the receipts from the sale at retail of all tangible personal property or taxable services at retail, subject to the sales tax imposed by the State of Missouri, and on residential utilities, said tax to terminate ten (10) years from the date on which such sales tax becomes effective

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Ray CountyMike Harper816-776-45021) Shall the County of Ray reinstate the 24 cents per $100 dollar assessed valuation for the purpose of continued funding the operation and maintenance of the Ray County Common Road District; 2) Shall Lawson Reorganized School District No. R-XIV of Ray County, Missouri, issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of $6,500,000 for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, repairing, improving, extending, remodeling, renovating, furnishing and equipping new and existing school facilities; 3) Shall there be continued a thirty cent ($.30) increase in tax levy on one hundred dollars ($100.00) assessed valuation for street protection purposes; 4) Shall the City of Excelsior Springs, Missouri issue bonds in an amount not to exceed $18,000,000.00 for a period of twenty-five years to fund construction, maintenance, operation, and equipping of a community center; 5) Shall the County of Ray reinstate the 24 cents per $100 dollar assessed valuation for the purpose of continued funding the operation and maintenance of the Ray County Common Road District; 6) Shall there be a thirty ($.30) cent increase in tax levy on one hundred dollars valuation for general municipal purposes for street repairs and maintenance; 7) Shall the City of Wood Heights, Missouri, increase its City Sales Tax to two (2%) percent; 8) Shall there be continued a thirty-cent ($0.30) increase in tax levy on one hundred dollars assessed valuation to be used solely for the repair and improvement of streets and roads; 9) Shall the City of Richmond, Missouri impose a local use tax on out-of-state purchases at the same rate as the total local sales tax rate, currently two percent (2%)

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Reynolds CountyBecky York573-648-2494 x12No ballot measures with spending implications submitted

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Ripley CountyRuth Miller573-996-32151) Shall Neelyville RIV School District to issue general obligation bonds in the amount of $1,550,000 for construction and improvements of school facilities which would result in an adjusted debt service levy of $0.00 to $0.33 per $100 of assessed valuation on real and personal property

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St. Charles CountyDebbie Peden636-949-7550
St. Clair CountyKay Basier417-646-23151) Shall St. Charles County be authorized to create a Neighborhood Improvement District for the Meadow Brook Estates Road Improvement District Project and incur indebtedness and issue bonds pursuant to the Neighborhood Improvement District Act, Sections 67.453 to 67.475, R.S.Mo., to pay for all or part of the cost of public road improvements within such district with an estimated cost of $455,000; 2) Shall the Collins Special Road District of St. Clair County levy a tax rate of twenty eight cents on the one hundred dollars assessed valuation

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St. Genevieve CountyMark Hendrick573-883-5779Has Not Reported
St. Francois CountyGenevieve Frank573-756-5411 x51) Shall the Board of Education of the Central R-III School District of St. Francois County, Missouri, borrow money in the amount of Four Million Dollars ($4,000,000) for the purpose of providing funds for the construction, equipping and furnishing of a library media center, kitchen, and office complex at Central Elementary School

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St. Louis CountyDebbie Russell314-615-18001) Shall the Village of Bel-Nor, Missouri, issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of Seven Hundred Eighty-Five Thousand Dollars ($785,000) for the purpose of repaving, repairing and improving existing streets and making other related improvements; 2) Shall the City of Clayton impose a sales tax of one quarter of one percent for the purpose of providing revenues for the operation of the Clayton fire department to maintain current service levels; 3) Shall the City of Clayton, Missouri, issue its general obligation bonds in an amount up to Fifteen Million Dollars for the purpose of resurfacing and improving neighborhood streets, sidewalks, alleys, street lighting and related infrastructure improvements; 4) Shall the City of Clayton impose a sales tax at a rate of one quarter of one percent for economic development purposes; 5) Shall the City of Clayton, Missouri, issue its general obligation bonds in an amount up to Twelve Million Six Hundred Thousand Dollars for the purpose of constructing, furnishing and equipping a year-round, multipurpose facility and building for outdoor ice skating, recreation, events and community gatherings in Shaw Park, and to support park activities; 6) Shall The Town of Grantwood Village impose a sales tax of one fourth of one percent; 7) Shall The Town of Grantwood Village impose a sales tax at the rate of one-half of one percent for economic development purposes; 8) Shall the Village of Hanley Hills be authorized to impose a semi-annual registration fee of $200 to be paid by the owner of any residential structure in the city which has been vacant for six months or more and is in violation of the Village housing codes; 9) Shall the City of Maplewood increase the fee from Twenty-Eight Dollars ($28.00) annually to a maximum charge not to exceed Fifty Dollars ($50.00) to be assessed annually on residential property for each lateral sewer service line serving six or less dwelling units on that property and condominiums that have six or less condominium units per building and any condominium responsible for its own individual lateral sewer line to provide funds to pay the cost of certain repairs of those lateral sewer service lines; 10) Shall a maximum charge not to exceed fifty dollars be assessed annually on residential property for each lateral sewer service line serving six or less dwelling units on that property and condominiums that have six or less condominium units per building and any condominium responsible for its own individual lateral sewer line to provide funds to pay the cost of certain repairs of those lateral sewer service lines which may be billed quarterly or annually; 11) Shall a maximum charge not to exceed fifty dollars be assessed annually on residential property for each lateral sewer service line serving six or less dwelling units on that property and condominiums that have six or less condominium units per building and any condominium responsible for its own individual lateral sewer line to provide funds to pay the cost of certain repairs of those lateral sewer service lines which may be billed quarterly or annually; 12) Shall the Bayless Consolidated School District Board of Education, without an estimated increase in the current debt service property tax levy, borrow money in the amount of Eight Million Seven Hundred Thousand Dollars ($8,700,000) for the purpose of constructing, renovating, improving, furnishing and equipping school sites, buildings and related facilities for school purposes; 13) Shall Lindbergh Schools issue its general obligation bonds in the amount of Thirty-Four Million Thirty-Five Thousand Dollars
($34,035,000) for the purpose of constructing, improving, renovating, repairing, furnishing and equipping school sites, buildings and related facilities in the school district and refinancing existing leases; 14) Shall the Board of Education of the Valley Park School District borrow money in the amount of $8,450,000 for the purpose of refinancing outstanding lease obligations and issue general obligation bonds for the payment thereof; 15) Shall the Black Jack Fire Protection District of St. Louis County, Missouri, incur an indebtedness of the District in the amount of Five Million Three Hundred and Sixty-Five Thousand Dollars ($5,365,000) and issue the bonds of said District in evidence thereof for the purpose of purchasing real property, constructing, equipping and maintaining fire stations and purchasing and maintaining emergency medical equipment and fire protection and fire-fighting apparatus and auxiliary equipment thereof; 17) Shall the board of directors of the Black Jack Fire Protection District be authorized to levy an additional tax of not more than forty cents per one hundred dollars assessed valuation to provide funds for the support of an ambulance service or partial or complete support of an emergency medical technician defibrillator program or partial or complete support of an emergency medical technician paramedic first responder program; 18) Shall the Board of Directors of the Creve Coeur Fire Protection District be authorized to levy an additional tax of not more than twenty five cents per one hundred dollar assessed valuation to provide funds for the support of the ambulance service; 19) Shall the Creve Coeur Fire Protection District issue bonds in the amount of Nineteen Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($19,500,000) for the purpose of purchasing of real property, constructing, equipping and maintaining fire stations and purchasing and equipping ambulances and fire protection and fire fighting apparatus and auxiliary equipment therefore to carry out the objects and purposes of the District; 20) Shall the Board of Directors of the Metro-North Fire Protection District of St. Louis County, Missouri, be authorized to levy an additional tax of not more than thirty-nine cents per one hundred dollars assessed valuation to provide funds for the support of the district; 21) Shall the Northeast Ambulance and Fire Protection District issue bonds in the amount of Nine Million Dollars 9,000,000 for the purpose of purchasing of real property, constructing, equipping and maintaining fire stations and purchasing and equipping ambulances and fire protection and fire-fighting apparatus and auxiliary equipment therefor to carry out the objects and purposes of the District; 22) Shall the Board of Directors of the Riverview Fire Protection District be authorized to levy an additional tax of not more than fifty cents on the one hundred dollars assessed valuation to provide funds for the support of the District

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Saline CountyBree Shaw660-886-33311) Shall there be a twenty-nine( $.29) tax increase in the levy per $100.00 assessed valuation for general municipal purposes

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Schuyler CountyBetina Dodge660-457-38421)  Bond renewal for the Schuyler County School District

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Scotland CountyRita Milam660-465-70271) City of Memphis: use tax; 2) Scotland County: use tax

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Scott CountyShelly McAfee573-545-3549Has Not Reported
Shannon CountyTracy Smith573-226-3414No ballot measures with spending implications submitted

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Shelby CountyJoe Watson573-633-2181[1) school specific, 2) city specific]

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Stoddard CountyJudy Berkstresser573-568-33391) Shall the Bluff Special Road District levy a Special Road & Bridge levy of thirty-five cents (0.35) on the one hundred dollar assessed valuation in said road district for the next four years; 2) Shall the township board of Elk Township be authorized to increase the tax levy for road and bridge purposes by $0.1751 cents on the one hundred dollars assessed valuation?  If this proposition is approved by voters, the total levy for Elk Township road and bridge purposes will be $0.50 cents per one hundred dollars of the current assessed valuation.

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Stone CountyJackie Morris417-357-61271) Shall the Crane R-III School District of Stone County, Missouri board of education borrow money in the amount of $2,000,000 for the purpose of constructing a new gymnasium and furnishing and equipping the same; 2) Shall the Hurley R-I School District of Stone County, Missouri, Board of Education borrow money in the amount of $1,000,000 for the purpose of providing funds for the acquisition of school facilities currently leased by the district and issue bonds for the payment thereof resulting in no increase to the debt service property tax levy of the district; 3) Shall the Nixa Public Schools, Christian County, Missouri board of education borrow money in the amount of $9,500,000 for the purpose of building additions to, renovating, repairing and improving school facilities of the District; 4) Shall the Reorganized School District No. R-IV of Stone County, Missouri borrow money in the amount of $16,300,000 for the purpose of building a new middle school facility, renovating and improving other District school buildings and facilities; 5) Shall the City of Reeds Spring impose a sales tax of one half of one percent for transportation purposes; 6) Shall the Branson/Lakes Area Tourism Community Enhancement District continue a sales tax of one percent (1%) for an additional period of ten (10) years from November 2015 for the purpose of promoting tourism in the District

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Sullivan CountyDonna Neeley660-265-3786Has Not Reported
Taney CountyDonald Troutman417-546-72031) Shall the Branson/Lakes Area Tourism Community Enhancement District continue a sales tax of one percent (1%) for an additional period of ten (10) years from November 2015

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Texas CountyTammi Beach417-967-2112No ballot measures with spending implications submitted

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Vernon CountyBarbara Daly417-448-25001) Shall the El Dorado Springs R-2 School District, Cedar County, Missouri borrow money in the amount of Seven Million Nine Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($7,950,000), and issue general obligation bonds for the payment thereof

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Warren CountyJeanette Allen636-456-33311) Lincoln County R-3 School’s  borrowing money in the amount of $20,500,000. for providing funds for the site development, construction, equipping  and furnishing a new middle school, etc.; City of Warrenton’s $15,500,000. waterworks and sewerage revenue bond issue;  Warren County Library’s tax increase of $.10 per $100 assessed valuation and; Warren County Ambulance District’s additional property tax not to exceed $0.15 cents per $100 assessed valuation above the present rate of $0.3431. Let me know if this is what you need.

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Washington CountyAlan Lutes573-438-6111 x221Has Not Reported
Wayne CountyStanley Whitehurst573-224-30121) Shall the office of Prosecuting Attourney be made a full-time position (tax implications)

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Webster CountyRoberta Owens417-468-2223No ballot measures with spending implications submitted

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Worth CountyNelda Masner660-564-22191) Shall the Village of Allendale levy an additional twenty cents ($ .20) per one hundred dollars valuation for four years; 2) Shall the County of Worth impose a temporary Special Road and Bridge Tax Levy of three thousand two hundred and ninety seven cents ($.3297) per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation; 3) Shall the County of Worth impose a county wide sales tax at the rate of three eighths (3/8th)  of one percent for a period of six years from the date on which such tax was first imposed for the purpose of roads, bridges, and other capital improvements

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Wright CountyDarlene Green417-471-66611) Shall the Ava R-1 School District of Douglas County, Missouri board of education borrow money in the amount of $3,200,00 for the purpose of repairing, renovation and improving existing school buildings and facilities, including safety, security and access improvements involving adding exterior fencing, exterior cameras at all campuses, ADA accessible ramps on sidewalks, and magnetic door locks at entry points in District schools, construction of a new early childhood center and a library addition, and furnishing and equipping the same and issue bonds for the payment thereof resulting in an estimated increase to the debt service property tax levy of $0.20 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation

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TOTAL TAX INCRASES (as of 2/22/14)

267