Maryville voters headed to the polls Tuesday, April 5, 2016, to vote on two tax initiatives for funding of Mozingo Lake Recreation Park. The first is a continuation of an existing sales tax first passed in 1997 for general operations. The second is a new 1/8 of 1 cent sales tax for 20 years to fund a new conference center at the lake. Exit interviews conducted during the voting indicated the first tax would pass, but the second faced strong opposition.
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Maryville voters passed two tax initiatives today to fund operations and improvements at Mozingo Lake Recreation Park, and Nodaway County Jefferson C-123 School District voters passed a bond issue on the seventh try to fund a new school gymnasium.
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