Folks who purchase goods in Outagamie County next year will pay an extra half-cent sales tax. The Outagamie County Board of Supervisors last night voted 32-3 to override County Executive Tom Nelson’s veto of the proposal. The board originally approved the sales tax in late May, but Nelson nixed it with his veto pen. With the approval last night, the tax will go into effect beginning January 1st of next year. It is expected to generate 20 million dollars per year, money that will be used for debt repayments, property tax relief, and county projects.