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With new tax cash coming, LR spending hinges on timing

Little Rock officials are in the midst of crafting a 2012 budget that will include dozens of new jobs next year, thanks to a sales-tax increase voters approved in September, but millions in new funding won’t be available right away. The city’s 1 percentage point tax increase doesn’t go into effect until Jan. 1. Little Rock won’t receive the first proceeds from it until March, making this budget cycle more ...

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  • Headline: With new tax cash coming, LR spending hinges on timing
  • Publication: Arkansas, Pages 15 on 11/06/2011
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