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Early voting for the November 13 election will run until November 6 from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. St. Tammany Parish Government Administrative Complex near Mandeville.

VOTING IN STATE

Constitutional amendment n ° 1

Allows simplified electronic filing, remittance and collection of sales and use tax

Do you support an amendment authorizing the legislature to provide for simplified electronic filing, electronic remittance and collection of sales and use taxes levied in the State by the National and Local Commission for Simplified Sales and Use Taxes and to provide for the funding, duties and responsibilities of the commission? (Adds article VII, section 3.1)

Constitutional amendment n ° 2

Reduces the maximum allowable income tax rate and allows federal income tax to be deducted

Are you in favor of an amendment to lower the maximum allowable rate of personal income tax and to authorize the legislator to provide by law a deduction for federal income tax paid? (Modifies article VII, section 4 (A))

Constitutional amendment n ° 3

Allows certain dyke districts to collect an annual tax for certain purposes

Support an amendment to allow dike districts created after January 1, 2006 and before October 9, 2021, whose voters approve the amendment to levy an annual tax not exceeding five mills for the purposes of construction and maintenance. maintenance of dikes, dike drainage, flood protection and hurricane flood protection? (Amends article VI, article 39)

Constitutional amendment n ° 4

Increases the amount of reduction authorized to certain dedicated funds when a budget deficit is projected

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Do you support an amendment to increase the amount of deficit reductions allowed for statutory commitments and constitutionally protected funds from five percent to ten percent? (Amends Article VII, Section 10 (F) (2) (a) and (b))

ST. PARISH OF TAMMANY

Parish-wide proposal – S&U tax of 0.40% – PC – 7 years.

Will the Parish of St. Tammany, State of Louisiana (the “Parish”) be authorized to collect and collect a tax of 0.40% (the “Tax”) of the Tax for an entire year) on the retail, use, hire or hire, consumption and storage for use or consumption, of tangible personal property and on sales of services in the parish, all as defined by law, for a period of 7 years, from January 1, 2022, with the proceeds of the Tax (after having paid the reasonable and necessary expenses of collection and administration of the Tax), to be devoted and to be used only for the purpose to fund the parish responsibilities entrusted by the state to various government agencies, including (i) the sheriff’s office for parish prisoners and the maintenance of penitentiary facilities, (ii) the district attorney’s office, (iii ) the 22nd Judicial District Court and (iv) the maintenance and operation of nt required from the complex c justice center?

School District No.12 Prop. # 1 of 4 – 4.42 Mills Renewal – SB – 10 years.

Will St. Tammany Parish Wide School District No. 12 in the Parish of St. Tammany, State of Louisiana continue to levy a tax of four and forty-two hundredths (4.42) mills on all property subject to tax in said school district (an estimated amount of $ 10,523,904 that is reasonably expected to be collected at this time from the levy of tax for an entire year), for a period of ten (10 ) years, starting with the year 2023 and ending with the year 2032, for the purpose of giving additional support to the public schools of that school district?

School District No.12 Prop. # 2 of 4 – 32.41 Mills Renewal – SB – 10 years.

Will St. Tammany Parish Wide School District No. 12 in the Parish of St. Tammany, State of Louisiana continue to levy a tax of thirty-two and forty-one hundredths (32.41) mills on all property? subject to tax in said School District (an estimated sum of $ 77,167,383 which is reasonably expected at present to be collected from the levy of tax for an entire year), for a period of ten (10) years, beginning in 2023 and ending in 2032, for the purposes of providing additional support for the improvement, maintenance and operation of the public primary and secondary school system of said parish, the net proceeds of said tax to be spent and distributed as follows: (i) 56.5% for the payment of salaries and employee benefits, (ii) 28.5% for the payment of costs incurred as part of the improvement of the program of studies and improvement of the educational program of the said school system and (iii) 15% for the payment of janitorial services and expenses, public services and other operating costs g and the maintenance of the said school system?

School District No.12 Prop. n ° 3 of 4 – 3.14 Mills Renewal – SB – 10 years.

Will St. Tammany Parish Wide School District No. 12 in the Parish of St. Tammany, State of Louisiana continue to levy a tax of three hundred and fourteen hundredths (3.14) mills on all property subject to tax in said school district (an estimate of $ 7,476,263 that is reasonably expected at that time to be collected from the levy of tax for an entire year), for a period of ten (10) years, beginning with the year 2023 and ending in the year 2032, for the purpose of constructing, maintaining and operating schools and school-related facilities in said school district and for the payment of salaries and benefits, including retirement , employees of the St. Tammany Parish School Board?

School District No.12 Prop. n ° 4 out of 4 – Renewal of 2.75 Mills – SB – 10 years.

St. Tammany Parish School District No. 12 in St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana, will continue to levy a tax of two hundred and seventy-five hundredths (2.75) thousandths on all property subject to tax in said school district (an estimated amount of $ 6,547,705 which can reasonably be collected at present from the levy of tax for an entire year), for a period of 10 years, beginning with the year 2023 and ending with the year 2032, with the aim of providing additional support to the public school system of said parish, including, but not limited to, the payment of salaries and benefits, including retirement, for employees of the St. Tammany Parish School Board?

CITY OF MANDEVILLE

Agent (s) – Justice of the Peace Ward 4

Darryl M. Taylor (REP)

Natalie Russo Witman (REP)

Town of Mandeville Prop. No. 1 of 2 – 5.08 Mills Renewal – CC – 10 Years.

Will the City of Mandeville, State of Louisiana (the “City”) continue to levy a special tax of five hundredths and eight hundredths (5.08) vintages on all property subject to tax in the City ( an amount estimated at $ 1,145,484 reasonably expected at the present time to be collected on the levy of the tax for an entire year), for a period of ten (10) years, beginning in the year 2022 and ending in the year 2031, in order to provide additional funds for the operation and maintenance of the said city police department, including the payment of salaries and benefits of police personnel?

Town of Mandeville Prop. No. 2 of 2 – 3.38 Mills Renewal – CC – 10 Years.

Will the City of Mandeville, State of Louisiana (the “City”) continue to levy a special tax of three hundred and thirty-eight hundredths (3.38) vintages on all property subject to tax in the City? (approximately $ 762,153 this time to be deducted from the levy of the tax for an entire year), for a period of ten (10) years, beginning with the year 2022 and ending with the year 2031, with the aim of provide additional funds for the operation and maintenance of the said city police department, including payment of salaries and benefits of police personnel?

ABITA SOURCE AREA

Recreation District No. 11 – 10 Mills Renewal – BOC – 10 years.

Will St. Tammany Parish Recreation District No. 11, State of Louisiana (the “District”) continue to levy a special ten (10) mill tax on all properties subject to tax in the District (approximately $ 730,000 reasonably expected at that time to be collected on the levy of the tax for an entire year), for a period of ten (10) years, beginning with the year 2023 and ending with the year 2032, with a view to ” acquire, construct, improve, maintain or operate parks, playgrounds, recreation centers and other recreational facilities in said district, as well as the furniture and equipment necessary for this effect?

TALICHEEK ZONE

Fire Protection District No. 7 – 10 Mills Renewal – BOC – 10 Yrs.

Is the Fire Protection District No. 7 of the Parish of St. Tammany, Louisiana (the “District”) required to levy a ten (10) mile tax on all taxable property in the district (approximately 487,500 $ to be collected on the levy of the tax for an entire year), for a period of ten (10) years, beginning with the year 2022 and ending with the year 2031, with a view to acquiring, building, ” improve, maintain and operate facilities, vehicles and equipment for fire protection and emergency medical services, including movable and immovable property, to be used directly or indirectly by the district to provide protective services fire protection and emergency medical services in and for the district?

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