Would you support higher property taxes to pay for resources to address drug addiction in Sawyer County?
On the night, Feb. 18, the Sawyer County Board of Supervisors approved an $8 million bond to build a second courtroom, Supervisor Dawn Petit, who voted "no" on the bond, said the county also needed to make an investment in treating those with drug addiction.However, she did not say she supported raising taxes. Would you support raising your property taxes to pay for treatment resources, such as an in-person treatment center, to address drug addiction in Sawyer County? Please take the poll.
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