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Trolley to Nowhere

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I can’t understand why Mayor Becker keeps whining. He just doesn’t get it. The government doesn’t have any money to fund his pet projects (see Isaiah 56:10-12).

We don’t need a trolley going to Sugar House so people can visit the Sugar Hole, the vacant Granite Furniture store and the liquor store.

Bruce P. Thorne
Salt Lake City

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