Tangle over sales tax heats up after Ontario community leader seizes political sign from store

Former city councilor Charlotte Fugate tore down a political sign advocating a "no" vote on a proposed city sales tax at the Vintage Rose antique store in downtown Ontario last week. (The Enterprise/John L. Braese).

ONTARIO – An Ontario civic leader twice questioned downtown businesses about opposition to the proposed sales tax.

Charlotte Fugate, a former Ontario city councilor, last week tore down a . . .

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