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Waterloo Commons Business District’s Tax Lives On

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The Waterloo Schnucks is the hub of the Waterloo Commons Business District.
The Waterloo Schnucks is the hub of the Waterloo Commons Business District.

by John Layton They say only death and taxes are certain, but in Waterloo, it seems that death might not be the end for taxes. A one percent tax on certain items sold at the Waterloo Commons Schnucks, McDonald’s and Dairy Queen was dissolved late last year, but it will be revived in July 2020. …

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