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BY BRADEN CARTWRIGHT
Daily Post Staff Writer
Small businesses in Palo Alto may be exempt from the city’s proposed business tax that’s headed for the November 2022 ballot.
The council’s Finance Committee on Tuesday (Oct. 19) unanimously directed Chief Financial Officer Kiely Nose to pursue a tax that would exempt businesses that occupy less than 20,000 square feet, the size of the Midtown Safeway.
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