Many cities and boroughs held elections across the state of Alaska in early October, with the message being mostly consistent amongst the locals – “no” to new taxes. In the Kenai Peninsula Borough voters opposed a repeal of the seasonal sales tax exemption on non-prepared food, as well as a 0.1% sales tax increase for economic development. In other areas, Juneau extended the temporary 3% sales tax for another 5 years, and Petersburg passed a measure which allows the city to declare two tax free days a year. Sitka is still deciding whether to have their annual tax holiday which usually occurs at the end of November.
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