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Sensing many downtown property owners don't have the appetite right now for a new tax, business leaders in Steamboat Springs likely are to delay proposing a property tax that would have funded the entire downtown business improvement district. Stakeholders on Yampa Street, however, still are planning to move forward with a new tax at least for their street.

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Tax proposal to fund downtown business improvement district unlikely to appear on November ballot

Downtown stakeholders have for more than a year discussed putting the tax on the ballot to potentially generate from downtown property owners tens of thousands of dollars annually that could be used for maintenance and marketing downtown.


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