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(KSL News) Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson likely will be able to start working on his nonprofit organization sooner rather than later.
Last month Anderson asked the city council to grant him a waiver so he could begin raising funds for the "HumanKind Education Fund" before leaving office in January.
A straw poll taken by the council last night showed most members are prepared to approve the waiver.
Anderson has promised not to use his office or title to solicit funds for the group.