Union Terminal-Music Hall

Learn About the Proposed Union Terminal-Music Hall Sales Tax IncreaseUNION MUSIC

This tax has been proposed by a Cultural Arts Task Force that is asking for a 1/4 cent increase to Hamilton County’s Sales Tax to renovate Union Terminal and Music Hall (neither of these two buildings are owned by Hamilton County). The Task Force is asking for this Sales Tax Increase to be put on the ballot in November 2014. Our #1 goal is to get you information about this tax so that you will be educated if it goes on the ballot. Please carefully review all of the below information (more items will be added as available)

Click Here to read Chris Monzel’s Priorities for Hamilton County plus News about the Union Terminal Levy

Click Here to read Letter that 50 Central Committee Members have sent to Hamilton County Commissioners Telling Them to Slow Down

Click Here to read FAIRshare Approach and Conclusions of the Citizen Oversight Board Group of 13 Hamilton County Community Organizations

Sourcing for Information included in the FAIRshare Approach

Read Nita Thomas Letter to the Editor after Monday’s Public Hearing

Click Here to read Ann Becker’s Guest Editorial in the Enquirer dated July 27, 2014

New Questions About Music Hall–Do You Know the Answers?

Click Here to read Facts About the Sales Tax Increase plus a List of Questions

Click Here to read an Enquirer Article About the Possible Increase

Read Dan’s Guest Editorial in the Enquirer dated July 8

Hear Cultural Arts Task Force Chairman Bob McDonald interviewed on the Brian Thomas Show

Hear Dan Regenold Interviewed by Brian Thomas on 7/10/14

Read Joe Platt’s Letter to the Editor

It is important that you contact the Hamilton County Commissioners with your input to this possible tax increase as you are able. Email the following:

President Chris Monzel: chris.monzel@hamilton-co.org (513) 946-4409 (ph)
Vice President Greg Hartmann: greg.hartmann@hamilton-co.org (513) 946-4406 (ph)
Commissioner Todd Portune: Todd.Portune@hamilton-co.org (513) 946-4401 (ph)