A rendering of the proposed Johnson County courthouse. Voters were asked Tuesday whether to increase the county’s sales tax rate by a quarter cent to fund the $182 million courthouse and a $20 million coroner’s facility.
A rendering of the proposed Johnson County courthouse. Voters were asked Tuesday whether to increase the county’s sales tax rate by a quarter cent to fund the $182 million courthouse and a $20 million coroner’s facility. File image
A rendering of the proposed Johnson County courthouse. Voters were asked Tuesday whether to increase the county’s sales tax rate by a quarter cent to fund the $182 million courthouse and a $20 million coroner’s facility. File image

Johnson County voters approve sales tax increase to pay for new courthouse

November 09, 2016 10:58 AM

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