Dayton City Council raises water utility tax rates


November 30, 2023

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The City of Dayton officially opened recently renovated 3rd Street with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday, November 27. Attending the ceremony were, from left, Brent Thompson of Anderson•Perry, Avren Childers, local businesswoman (behind Thompson), Adam Schmidtgall of Anderson•Perry, Braiden Amata of Anderson•Perry, Mayor Zac Weatherford (cutting the ribbon), Joann Bomar, Dayton Chamber of Commerce Assistant Director; City Clerk-Treasurer Deb Hays, and Ryan Paulson, Public Works Director, City of Dayton.

DAYTON–The City Council unanimously approved raising water utility tax rates for overage consumption from 12% to 15% and approved Ordinance 2007 during the November 21 meeting.

Ordinance 2008 relates to taxation of utility providers, amending certain sections of the Dayton Municipal Code, to change the 12% Utility tax to 15% on the gross income of those engaged in the distribution of water...

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