Eagle County voters reject housing tax | AspenTimes.com

Eagle County voters reject housing tax

Ballot issue 1A

County sales tax for workforce housing

For: 8,090

Against: 13,959

“What 2016 has shown us is that voters are willing to pay for the essentials of what government does. It’s an uphill battle for things where there’s a more real debate about what the right role of government is.”Chris RomerCEO and president, Vail Valley Partnership

Results reported at 10:20 p.m. Tuesday

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