Leander to fight for future sales tax in Texas Legislature
Hundreds of acres south of the Ronald Reagan Boulevard and Hwy. 29 intersection sit undeveloped, but in a few years the city of Leander anticipates the area to be bustling with commercial activity. Those parcels of land could be at the center of a bill before the Texas Legislature in the spring. Leander city leaders are concerned that a portion of sales tax money generated in that area is slated to go to the Liberty Hill Public Library District. Per state tax legislation, the library district would receive 0.25 percent of sales tax revenue collected in that area.
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Source: Community Impact- Cedar Park