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Every day I go home from work. Every day on main street just south of Logan River I pass a sign that says: "You are now entering a Water Conservation District"...Hmmm... I also work with the engineer that monitors the air around Cache County. His maps show higher PM concentrations out of town than in town...Hmmm.Preserving lands that protect our air quality and our
Sounds like the $850 billion bailout, but miniaturized.Preserving Cache County’s working farms and
Hmmm, my yard/garden had a ton of wild grasshoppers this year. Maybe I can qualify for some of the funds if I promise not to eradicate them.Protecting wildlife habitat;
Most people in Cache valley live on the edge of the valley on the benches. I wonder if they are worried about tall buildings blocking their view.Safeguarding our scenic views and vistas;
Can private owner ship do a better job at that?Preserving land along streams and rivers, including
the Bear River;
There are already funds to do that. No need to tax us more.Acquiring land for walking, hiking and biking trails;
My city is already taxing me for more parks.Providing additional opportunities for outdoor
I am sure that they do that. But I never hear about.Conducting annual audits of spending.
prew wrote:I mentioned about a previous conservation tax levied on Cache County.
Here is a link from Utah Tax Payers Association about it.
I am trying to find a link about that tax which I read about earlier this year.
Source.Voters will be asked to approve a $150 million bond funded through a .05-cent increase in sales taxes.
Sourcea $150 million bond to purchase open space and fund projects that protect drinking water, air quality, wildlife habitat, family farms
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