BATON ROUGE, La. (KLFY)– People have been casting their votes for a few local tax propositions in different parts of Acadiana since the beginning of October. Here’s the results for those proposed taxes.
The city of Scott’s proposed five percent tax on hotels for the funding of recreational facilities and tourism has been passed with 76% voting ‘Yes’ and 24% voting ‘No’.
The city of Scott’s proposed one percent tax for the development of a new treatment plant and infrastructure improvements has been passed, and 72% of voters voted ‘Yes’ while 28% voted ‘No’.
The town of Delcambre’s proposed one percent sales and use tax for public safety has been passed with a margin of 68% ‘Yes’ votes and 32% ‘No’ votes.
The city of New Iberia’s proposed property tax of 6.83 mills to fund the construction and upkeep of public roads has been passed with 68% of people voting ‘Yes’ and 32% voting ‘No’.
The town of Mamou’s proposed property tax of 12.45 mills for the funding of recreational facilities and public streets has been passed with 62% of people voting ‘Yes’ and 38% voting ‘No’.
Here’s a look at all election results for Acadiana.
Results are complete but unofficial until certified by the Secretary of State.