by Sam Clanton
HOLLISTER, Mo. – Voters in Hollister will soon be asked to approve a ballot measure allowing the city to continue receiving sales tax revenue on the purchase of cars and boats from out-of-state dealers.
In a recent discussion with aldermen, City Administrator Rick Ziengenfuss stated the election is necessary because the Missouri Legislature and Supreme Court recently invalidated a law that had been on the books for decades…
Hollister voters will see the measure on the upcoming August 2nd primary election ballot. Voters in Merriam Woods approved a similar measure in April.
During their regular meeting last week, aldermen reviewed an informational brochure about the election, which will be distributed to local residents by the Hollister Area Chamber of Commerce and participating businesses.