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Election proposes repurposing sales tax funds to water project ANDREWS – The city council on Thursday approved a special election in May to potentially repurpose a portion of the economic development sales tax proceeds to address the city’s future water supply requirements. City officials said the move would not impact the Andrews Economic Development Corporation’s operation, but would help meet the city’s 10-year capital forecast plan involving an estimated $6 million to develop a new wellfield and add new water lines. Without tapping into the AEDC sales tax proceeds, the city would consider either substantially increasing customer water rates or borrowing funds to ...

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Lamesa Press-Reporter

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Lamesa, TX 79331