CITIZENS EVALUATION OF NEW TAX COMMITTEE
The City of Little Rock created the Citizens Evaluation of New Tax Committee (LR CENT) to provide evaluation of the 5/8 – cent operating sales tax and the 3/8 – cent capital sales tax to ensure that 100 percent of the revenues received by the City from the sales tax are expended as promised and indicated in the City’s Sales Tax Resolution adopted on July 11, 2011.
Meeting agendas, minutes, and financial reports can be found on the Documents page. They are listed in chronological order.
Departmental updates can be found on the Projects pages. For each department, reports are listed in chronological order.
Most Recent Financial Report - August 11, 2021.
MEMBERSHIP OF THE CITIZENS EVALUATION OF NEW TAX COMMITTEE
On February 7, 2012, the Little Rock City Board of Directors approved Resolution No. 13,440, which appointed the Little Rock Citizen’s Evaluation of New Tax Committee. The Committee, which is made of two (2) Co-Chairs, individuals from each of the City’s seven (7) Wards and three (3) At-Large Members, will meet on a quarterly basis to evaluate the spending of the additional revenue that will come as a result of the recently enacted one (1)-cent sales tax increase. Each member is appointed to serve a four year term.
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