For those interested in such things, the May 20 county-wide referendum to add one penny to the sales tax is estimated to cost just under $456,000. (Click for link to pdf file)

Seminole County Supervisor of Elections Mike Ertel provided the estimate, and the Seminole County Board of County Commissioners approved a budget amendment request for $425,985  at its March 11 meeting. The remaining $30,000 is for county printing, which does not require a budget amendment.

Click here for more information about the referendum and a list of projects the tax revenue would fund for the county, its 7 municipalities and the Seminole County Public Schools.

Opposition to the sales tax increase can be found here.

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