Ontario officials: Sales tax needed to cover costs

By Pat Caldwell

The Enterprise

ONTARIO — The city is on track to impose a 1 percent sales tax to bolster local services.

The new tax would produce between $3 million and $5 million a year and will be tailored to specific items, said Mayor Ron Verini.

“There are areas we are trying to hone in on and what should be taxed and what shouldn’t,” said Verini.

The tax will apply to most . . .

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