Lehi Says Neighboring Cities Need to Grow Up

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Randall Jeppesen, KSL NewsradioSaratoga Springs and Eagle Mountain residents often head to Lehi for community programs, sports, a recreation center and the library. But some Lehi city leaders say it's time to make nonresidents pay up.

One councilman said the nonresident fees should be higher.

Now Saratoga Springs residents are weighing in. One resident says, "We just all need to get along and be neighbors."

Another resident says, "I just won't go. Don't care."

A third resident told KSL Newsradio, "I would love to have the services in our own city, but I know that's a few years out," said

Some have suggested that the move might be in retaliation for Saratoga Springs' mayor supporting a planned freeway through Lehi. Saratoga's mayor declined to comment.

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