- PG 410-05
Prince George's County Delegation, Delegate Parker
- Prince George's County –Sales and Use Tax – Telecommunications Service- Referendum
For the purpose of authorizing, instead of requiring, the County Council for Prince George's County to impose a sales and use tax on the telecommunications service in the county; repealing a certain minimum tax rate; making the sales and use tax on telecommunications service subject to certain provisions of the Charter for Prince George's County ; continuing a certain sales and use tax on telecommunications service in the county for a certain period under certain circumstances; and generally relating to a sales and use tax on telecommunications service in Prince George's County.
- PG 412-05
Prince George's County Delegation
- Prince George's County –Sales Tax for School construction and Operating Costs
For the purpose of authorizing the County Council for Prince George's County to impose a tax on retain sales in the county; defining certain terms; exempting from the tax sales that are exempt from the State sales and use tax; limiting the rate of the tax; imposing certain collection and administrative requirements on vendors who make sales subject to the tax; authorizing certain vendors to deduct a certain percentage of the gross tax collected for the cost of collection and remittance of the tax; authorizing the County Council for Prince George's County to provide by law for imposition of interest and penalties for failure to pay the tax as required and to provide for the collection of unpaid tax, interest, or penalties; requiring that the net proceeds of the tax revenue be used only for certain purposes; submitting the Act to a referendum of the legally qualified voters of Prince George's County; and generally relating to authorizing the County Council for Prince George's County to impose tax on retail sales in the county for certain purposes.
- Local Action
Local - Subcommittee
None Public Hearing
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