Collection of a half penny sales tax is underway and county commissioners made their final recommendations Monday for the Infrastructure Surtax Committee, a citizen oversight group.
The tax, passed by Santa Rosa voters, is expected to net roughly $35 million over its five year lifetime.
These dollars are limited to infrastructure uses including transportation and drainage improvements, equipment for first responders, recreation resources and capital equipment.
In a memorandum County Administrator Tony Gomillion said that after extensive research, a suitable model committee to base the group on could not be found.
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