The Soldotna City Council will introduce a resolution supporting the Kenai Peninsula Borough’s proposed bed tax along with the FY 15 Capital Budget.
Soldotna Mayor Nels Anderson…
Anderson: “Seward already has a bed tax, in fact we’re the only place in the state that doesn’t, Anchorage’s bed tax is like 12% or something like that and so we’re considering in which we’re supporting the idea of a bed tax.”
Mayor Anderson said this is just an introduction and the council will have public hearing on supporting the bed tax at a later meeting.
The council will also introduce it’s FY 15 capital budget. It was discussed at it’s meeting on June 25 and a work session, where they increased estimated revenues and appropriations from $1,255,000 to $1,452,000, in part due to the $712,000 requested for FY15 capital projects.
The council will vote on the capital budget July 23.
The council will meet Wednesday, July 9 at the Soldotna City Hall at 6 pm.
For full agenda click here.