BY BRADEN CARTWRIGHT
Daily Post Staff Writer
After negotiations with business leaders went nowhere, the Palo Alto City Council has put off a decision until August on whether to put a business tax on the November ballot.
The majority on council lost Councilwoman Alison Cormack in supporting the business tax on Monday. She said she was “close to cold feet” after talking to voters about the tax over the last week, and she pointed out that Mayor Pat Burt didn’t tell her who was on the committee negotiating with business leaders on a potential compromise.
Council members will make a final decision on the business tax …
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