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HB 2690 - Durham County Meals Tax - Key Vote

North Carolina Key Votes

Alma Adams voted Yea (Passage) on this Legislation.

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Legislation - Bill Passed (Senate) (41-22) - (Key vote)

Title: Durham County Meals Tax

Highlights:
-Exempts certain food sales, such as prepared food and drink served to residents in boardinghouses, food sold by means of vending machines, and food sold by grocers or other diversified retail establishments (other than sales of prepared food and drink in the delicatessen or similar department of the grocery section) from the tax levied under this Act (Sec. 5). -Allows the county to deduct up to 3 percent of the gross proceeds from the tax to pay for administering and collecting the tax; allocates 80 percent of the gross proceeds from the tax for civic and cultural amenities, 10 percent for marketing, 5 percent for workforce training, and 5 percent for community cleanup (Sec. 11).
Legislation - Bill Passed (House) (60-59) - (Key vote)

Title: Durham County Meals Tax

Highlights:
-Exempts certain food sales, such as prepared food and drink served to residents in boardinghouses, food sold by means of vending machines, and food sold by grocers or other diversified retail establishments (other than sales of prepared food and drink in the delicatessen or similar department of the grocery section) from the tax levied under this Act (Sec. 5). -Allows the county to deduct up to 3 percent of the gross proceeds from the tax to pay for administering and collecting the tax; allocates 80 percent of the gross proceeds from the tax for civic and cultural amenities, 10 percent for marketing, 5 percent for workforce training, and 5 percent for community cleanup (Sec. 11).
Legislation - Introduced (House) -

Title: Durham County Meals Tax

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Co-sponsors

  • Sandra Spaulding Hughes (NC - D) (Out Of Office)
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