Hood River County is proposing a 5% Sales Tax on Meals that will dramatically impact local residents, restaurant employees and small business operators.
Since 2006, the county has pulled over $7 million out of its Reserve Fund to balance each year’s budget rather than find a solution.
Now, the County wants to put a 5% sales tax on meals dramatically impacting Hood River residents, restaurant employees and small business operators. Measure 14-66 targets our friends, neighbors and families with an unfair, unpredictable sales tax on meals.
6 Reasons A Sales Tax on Meals Is the Wrong Way to Pay for County Services
Show Your Support and Get Involved
Show Your Support for Residents and Restaurant Employees by Voting NO!
- Vote NO on the Sales Tax on Meals!
- Vote NO to unfair taxes on restaurants!
- Vote NO to hurting local residents!
- Vote NO to hurting restaurant employees and their families!
- Vote NO to targeting small business operators!
- Vote NO to a bad idea!
- Vote NO on Measure 14-66!
Write a Letter to the Editor
Write a letter to the editor, talk to your neighbors, take a lawn sign or donate to the campaign and show your support for residents, restaurant employees and small business by voting NO!
Please mail checks made out to “ORLALAC” to
8565 SW Salish Ln., Ste. 120
Wilsonville, OR 97070
ORLALAC is a Political Action Committee dedicated to supporting or opposing local candidates and/or measures on behalf of the hospitality industry.