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Hospital sales tax focus of special program
05/13/2019


(KNZA)--Brown County voters will go to the polls next Tuesday to decide the fate of a 10-year countywide half-cent retailers sales tax for health care services in the county.  

Join us for a special two part addition of “ More Than Just a Soundbite” this week on KNZA 103.9.

Hiawatha Community Hospital CEO John Broberg will be our guest.  He will answer questions submitted by residents regarding the sales tax proposal.

“ More Than Just a Soundbite” will air Wednesday and Friday at 6:15 in the morning and again at 1:05 in the afternoon.    

If approved by voters, 80 percent of the sales tax proceeds, estimated at around $700,000 a year, would go to the Hiawatha Community Hospital and 20 percent to the city of Horton for health care services in the southern Brown County community.  

 

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