Poll Results

Poll: Which is the best way to fund Jackson Lab?

Response Percent Votes
Don't give any taxpayer money at all
 
84% 1228
Imposing a franchise fee of 2.4 percent to residents of Florida Power & Light in unincorporated Collier
 
7% 106
A property tax levy with a pay-as-you-go approach but with the state money being tapped first.
 
1% 26
A combination sales tax increase of a half cent, to start Jan. 1, 2011, along with a 20 cent tax rate per $1,000 of property value for two years.
 
1% 25
A combination of an FP&L franchise fee and property tax of 10 cents per $1,000 of property value for 15 years.
 
1% 25
A property tax of 14.3 cents per $1,000 of property value and issuing general revenue bonds, which would require a voter referendum.
 
0% 14
A non-ad valorem revenue source that would be bonded but no voter referendum would be required.
 
0% 13
A property tax levy with a pay-as-you-go approach and not bonded, and therefore would not require a voter referendum.
 
0% 13
total votes: 1450

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