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Holladay City Council OKs tax hike

Holladay City Council OKs tax hike



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(KSL News) Residents of Holladay are about to see their first tax increase since the city was created.

The Salt Lake Tribune reports the Holladay City Council unanimously approved a 6 percent tax hike on utility bills.

The extra revenue will be used to pay for needed repairs to the city's deteriorating roads. A recent survey reported that more than one third of the roads in Holladay were in "poor" or "failed" condition.

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