Superior voters reauthorize tax for economic development
Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Voters in the city of Superior have approved special-election ballot proposals to continue the city’s economic development program and to extend and increase the municipal sales and use tax to help pay for it.
According to unofficial results released Tuesday by the Nuckolls County Clerk’s Office, the economic development ballot question was approved by a vote of 325-237, or 58% to 42%.
The sales tax question, which called for increasing the local-option city sales and use tax from 1% to 1.5%, received an affirmative tally of 306-257, or 54% to 46%.