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Today the City of Portland Revenue Bureau launched www.artstax.net to educate the public about the city’s groundbreaking new Arts Education & Access Fund and begin accepting $35 income tax payments from local residents.
Due annually by April 15th beginning this year in 2013, Portland’s new $35 income tax for income-earning adult residents of Portland (and exempting any taxpayer under the federal poverty limit) will generate approximately $12.2 million in annual net revenue. Passed into law when 62% of Portland voters approved Ballot Measure 24-146 last November, the Arts Education & Access Fund is a local income tax to restore arts education to every Portland elementary school and fund arts education and access programs citywide.
To ensure that every Portland resident receives ample information and notice about this new local income tax, www.artstax.net answers frequently asked questions; provides an overview of the Fund’s investments, its Citizen Oversight Committee, and the City Code, Rules and Policies; and offers online payment and exemption request options. In addition to this comprehensive online resource, the City of Portland Revenue Bureau will also be reaching out to all Portland residents by mail.
Thomas Lannom, City of Portland Revenue Bureau Director, believes as many as 20-40% may choose to pay online. NF2 xanax price per mg Niemann splenomegaly “We hope many Portlanders will help us avoid the cost and environmental impact of mailing paper forms; people who file before March 25 will not be sent paper forms which saves printing, postage and paper, and ultimately more money will go to the arts,” Lannom said.
However the taxes are paid, these new tax dollars will be put to work immediately.
When the school year begins next Fall, nearly 70 elementary school arts teachers will be sustainably funded, every elementary school student in Portland’s six school districts will be guaranteed an arts education, and arts supplies, programs and field trips will be more accessible for all school-age children through grant funding for Portland’s schools and non-profits. Centennial, David Douglas, Parkrose, Portland Public, Reynolds and Riverdale school districts will all benefit from the Arts Education & Access Fund while grants from the Regional Arts & Culture Council will provide Portland’s non-profit arts organizations with the public support they need to bring the arts to life for every Portland resident.
At the Creative Advocacy Network, we know that the arts improve our schools, shape our neighborhoods, fuel our economy and improve the livability of this city that we love. And now, with a simple annual $35 tax payment, we can ensure that every Portland resident has access to our city’s cultural and creative riches.