Category: Local Policy
Although this post focuses on a specific city, the ideas contained herein should be applicable universally.
The city of Draper, Utah is where I live. Residents of the city will vote on June 26th on a ballot measure to decide whether the city should build a $29 million-dollar recreation center. It will be financed by a 20-year bond, or debt, which will cause property taxes in the city to rise by roughly $80-110 per year.
The recreation center is clearly favored by the Mayor Darrell Smith, who states:
“We have come to the conclusion that the only way Draper … Read the rest of this entry »