48-5805. Transaction privilege tax; property tax
A. The board of directors of the district by resolution may levy, and if levied, the department of revenue shall collect, a transaction privilege tax pursuant to this section to be used and spent for the purposes described in section 48-5804. The board shall set the rate of the tax at not more than two per cent of the tax rate that applies to each business in the district that is subject to taxation under title 42, chapter 5, article 1. The board shall levy the tax on each person engaging in the district in a business taxed under title 42, chapter 5, article 1.
B. Each month the state treasurer shall remit to the district treasurer the net revenues collected under subsection A of this section during the second preceding month. The district treasurer shall deposit the monies in the public health services district's accounts and shall account for all expenditures.
C. In lieu of a transaction privilege tax pursuant to subsection A of this section, the board by resolution may levy in the same manner and at the same time as other county secondary property taxes are levied a public health services district tax. The tax shall not exceed twenty-five cents per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation and shall be levied on all property in the county and on all property within incorporated cities and towns in the county. The district shall deposit all monies collected pursuant to this subsection in a separate account and shall account for all expenditures.