Recently, the Gillette College and Energy Capital Economic Development went in front of the City of Gillette, Town of Wright, and Campbell County, to ask that they hold a special election in November for a proposed Economic Development Excise Tax.
On November 7, the Citizens of Campbell County will go to the ballots and vote if they would like the 1/4% Economic Development Tax that will benefit Gillette College and Energy Capital Economic Development.
Mark Christensen wrote a great piece for Homes & More Magazine on the tax. We hope you take a few minutes to read the article, and if you have any questions, reach out to us. You can reach us by phone 307-686-2603 or email info@EnergyCapitalED.com. If you're curious about what Energy Capital Economic Development has been up to the last year, visit our information page: Energy Capital ED Projects and Activities
Visit our information page with questions and answers about the 1/4% tax and how the it Economic Development Tax will help our economy diversify grow.