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Shall the City of Overland Park, Kansas, be authorized to levy a new one-eighth of one percent (0.125%) Special Purpose City Retailers’ Sales Tax within the City of Overland Park, Kansas, and to use the revenue from the tax to continue to fund a residential street improvement program and a thoroughfare street improvement program, such tax to take effect on April 1, 2014, the day following expiration of the existing one-eighth of one percent (0.125%) Special Purpose City Retailers’ Sales Tax; such tax to end March 31, 2024; and such tax to be in addition to the ongoing one percent (1.0%) City Retailers’ Sales Tax currently levied?

After casting your vote on the 1/8th cent sales tax, make certain that you properly fill out and sign the envelope prior to returning your ballot to ensure it is official.

 


  1. Note #1

    If you are providing assistance to a voter, please sign. Persons action by Power of Attorney (POA) cannot vote on behalf of an individual.

  2. Note #2

    If someone is returning a ballot for you, you must write that person's name in this area.

  3. Note #3

    Voters must sign and complete their Johnson County address in order for their ballot to count, even though it will appear above.