Residents in Concordia passed a 12-year quarter cent sales tax in Tuesday’s election. Click to hear KMZU’s Kristie Cross talk to City administrator Dale Klussman:
According to Klussman, the tax will be used to complete approximately $840,000 in capital improvement projects. “We’re going to have to do something with the brick work at the Concordia Community Center and this will include tuck pointing on most of the area,” said Klussman,” We also need to do something with the roof system on that facility. One of the other potential items is trying to get a more efficient heating and cooling system for the building.”
“We do appreciate that the citizens took a look at what was being presented to them,” said Klussman,” We have been very lucky that they have supported both new and maintenance projects within our community.”
According to Klussman, the tax will go into effect on April 1, 2013.