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One Cent Tax Projects

One Cent Infrastructure Tax

On May 20, 2014, a County-wide referendum special election will be conducted by the Supervisor of Elections which will provide the voters of Seminole County with the opportunity to decide if the proposed one cent infrastructure tax should be approved. This tax, if adopted, will be effective for 10 years, beginning January 1, 2015. The infrastructure tax revenue will fund several projects for the County, several municipalities in the county, and the School Board of Seminole County.

Early voting for the May 20th Seminole County Special Referendum Election begins May 10th. For more information, or to find an early voting location near you, please visit the Supervisor of Elections or call 407-585-VOTE (8683).

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Resources
* Sample Ballot 

* 1991 & 2001 Projects

* Infrastructure Tax Ordinance

* Interlocal Agreement

* Resolution Approving Interlocal Agreement

* Resolution Setting Project Priorities