The sister bridge to the J.E. McTeer Bridge, top right, was funded with the Beaufort County one percent sales tax. The tax also helped build some phases of the Bluffton Parkway, bottom right. The tax, which generated nearly $152 million for road projects over the last five years, came to an end Sept. 30.
The sister bridge to the J.E. McTeer Bridge, top right, was funded with the Beaufort County one percent sales tax. The tax also helped build some phases of the Bluffton Parkway, bottom right. The tax, which generated nearly $152 million for road projects over the last five years, came to an end Sept. 30. Staff illustration
The sister bridge to the J.E. McTeer Bridge, top right, was funded with the Beaufort County one percent sales tax. The tax also helped build some phases of the Bluffton Parkway, bottom right. The tax, which generated nearly $152 million for road projects over the last five years, came to an end Sept. 30. Staff illustration

Some Beaufort County businesses erroneously charging 1-percent sales tax

January 18, 2013 08:34 PM

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