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Millcreek Incorporation Meeting Wednesday

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Candidate for Salt Lake County Mayor Mark Crockett will be at a meeting by a group advocating for Millcreek to become incorporated as a city. Show up and speak your mind on what this issue could mean for increased services and a possible tax increase.---

Millcreek residents have a tough decision about making the leap from being a township to becoming a city and whether or not added costs justify added municipal services and increased local control. Wednesday, Crockett and Cottonwood Heights Mayor Kelvyn Cullimore will host an informational meeting about the issue that will be on the November ballot.

Check it out, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 7 p.m.- 8:30 p.m. at Granger High School, 3305 S. 500 East. For more about the Future of Millcreek organization, check out its website here.