Boy oh boy, do I have plans for that new tax savings…assuming it actually happens…on time…or whatever.

The Miller Park stadium tax has been in place for 22 years. It will likely end next year


The five-county sales tax that financed the construction and operation of Miller Park is set to end a year from now. 


Members of the board that oversees the Southeast Wisconsin Professional Baseball Park District voted Tuesday to proceed with plans to end the Miller Park stadium tax by March 2020.


The 0.1 percent tax, paid by residents and visitors in Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Washington, Waukesha and Racine counties, has been in effect since 1996.

I don’t like that word likely in this context…

“I am confident that when the district receives the sales tax distribution for December 2019 or January 2020, it will have adequate funding to retire all remaining construction debt and to adequately fund escrow accounts for future contractual obligations …,

I think it may prove difficult to NOT spend all of my savings in just one place…

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