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Seattle City Council hears details on plan to borrow money for coronavirus relief from big business tax

Credit: Seattle Times- Published on April 30, 2020
The tax on companies with annual payrolls over $7 million would apply to gig-economy companies, such as Uber. But franchises, such as McDonald's, could avoid the 1.3% payroll tax.
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Published on April 29, 2020 -  01:31
Mayor Cooper's proposed budget includes 32% property tax increase
Mayor John Cooper filed his recommended budget for the 2021 fiscal year with Metro Council. The $2.447 billion budget includes raising the city's property tax by 32% to recover from the impact of the March tornado and the COVID-19 shutdown.

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