Council Set For Final Vote On Utility Tax Cut

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CREVE COEUR, MO. (KPLR) – Creve Coeur’s City Council is poised to vote next month on a proposal that would reduce electric utility gross receipts tax rates for city residents.

Ward 4’s Jeanne Rhoades’ official legislation calling for a 1.5 percent cut was introduced Monday night after being the subject of recent discussion. Such a move would mean a savings of between $18-$36 in annual savings for customers who normally pay $100 to $200 for their electric bill each month.