A group of Flossmoor residents has come together in support of the village’s sales tax referendum set to appear on the March 20 ballot. According to the group’s spokesperson, Don Grasse, about a dozen community members have gathered twice to discuss promoting the referendum, which would create a 1 percent village sales tax. So far, the group has raised money to order 100 lawn signs and they have identified as spokesmen Grasse and former Illinois State Rep. George Scully, both Flossmoor residents. Grasse said approving the sales tax makes sense, if residents stop to consider the . . .
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