The Outagamie County Board of Supervisors will need to vote one more time before a county-wide half-percent sales tax would become official. County Executive Tom Nelson vetoed the proposal Thursday, calling it a regressive tax that would cost every citizen about 100 dollars per year. The Outagamie County Board approved the tax on a 28-4 vote in late May, and they’ll need just 25 votes to override the veto. Should that occur, the half-cent county sales tax would go into effect January 1st. It is projected to bring in about 20 million dollars in revenue each year. Currently, Outagamie County is one of just five counties in the state that do not impose the tax.