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Citizen Revolt: SLC Council Budget Meeting

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Wanna know how the City will be balancing its upcoming budget? Let’s just say tonight’s meeting will be accepting comment on more than a half a dozen possible fee increases ranging from new parking fees, cemetery fees, new business license fees and online payment convenience fees--Ooh how convenient!

Maybe better than raising taxes right? No? Well whatever you think, maybe you should show up and let your public servants’ know who’s boss. The meeting will also include the adopting of the new budget, another can’t miss item.

Don’t miss out on the bureaucratic action tonight Tuesday May 12, at 7 p.m. at the City and County Building, 451 S. State Street, RM 315.

Follow the revolt on Twitter at:

https://twitter.com/CWCitizenRevolt

Taking it to the tweets!