Sound Transit 3 included a property-tax hike, a sales-tax hike, and — last but not least — car-tab fee increases. Together, these taxes will help Sound Transit generate roughly $28 billion in revenue over the next 25 years, funding some $54 billion in transit projects through the magic of bonding.
Sound Transit 3 included a property-tax hike, a sales-tax hike, and — last but not least — car-tab fee increases. Together, these taxes will help Sound Transit generate roughly $28 billion in revenue over the next 25 years, funding some $54 billion in transit projects through the magic of bonding. David Montesino Staff file, 2016
Sound Transit 3 included a property-tax hike, a sales-tax hike, and — last but not least — car-tab fee increases. Together, these taxes will help Sound Transit generate roughly $28 billion in revenue over the next 25 years, funding some $54 billion in transit projects through the magic of bonding. David Montesino Staff file, 2016

Matt Driscoll

April 19, 2017 7:30 AM

Matt Driscoll: Outrage over Sound Transit 3 car tabs predictable, and preventable

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