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Holladay residents could soon pay a utility tax to help fix roads

Holladay residents could soon pay a utility tax to help fix roads



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(KSL News) The city of Holladay soon could be raising taxes to help pay for road projects.

The Salt Lake Tribune reports city officials are considering a 6-percent tax on utility bills in order to raise more than $25 million needed to bring roads in the city up to "good" condition.

Holladay is currently the only city along the Wasatch Front that does not charge a utility tax.

A public meeting will be held on Thursday to gauge response to the plan. The meeting will be at 6 p.m. at the Holladay City Hall on 4580 S. 2300 East.

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