Livingston voters to decide on library tax
LIVINGSTON, La. (AP) - Voters in Livingston Parish will be asked to renew a property tax dedicated to the parish library system in a ballot measure set for April 2014.
Bond attorney Jim Ryan told the Parish Council that the 10-mill property tax would be renewed for 10 years if voters approve. The election is set for April 5.
The Advocate reports (http://bit.ly/19eeMom) proceeds from the tax are used for maintenance and library operations.
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