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By Karla Pomeroy

Two sales tax entities focus on special projects


November 3, 2018

WORLAND — Two of the entities that will receive funding from the one-cent general purpose tax, if voters approve the continuation of the tax next Tuesday, have specific projects in mind for the additional revenue.


Currently the Crisis Prevention and Response Center has received $81,542.50 from the tax passed in 2014. CPRC has utilized approximately half of those funds to pay for soil testing, fire marshal and other costs to help get an addition project underway.

“The remainder of the money will go toward the building addition which as of now will i...

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