A one-cent sales tax increase passed Tuesday night in Palm Beach County, which will help generate more than $2 billion in revenue over the next decade.
The money generated from the penny tax will be used to fund schools, county and municipal infrastructure projects.
The extra money will generate an estimated $2.7 billion over 10 years.
The school district will get half of that revenue.
The county will get a third, and the remaining 20 percent will be split among the 39 municipalities according to population.