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Voters to Decide Whether to Pay a Fee to Cover Golf Course Deficit

Voters to Decide Whether to Pay a Fee to Cover Golf Course Deficit



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CEDAR HILLS, Utah (AP) -- Cedar Hills officials have decided to let voters decide whether they will pay a fee of about ten dollars to cover a 223 thousand dollars budget shortfall from the city's golf course.

The council decided last night to put the proposed fee on the ballot for a special election June 28th. The election already was scheduled so residents could vote on restructuring the bond for the more than six (M)million dollars course.

Another option is to take the money from the general fund, but officials said that money is needed for capital facilities projects.

The issue may become moot if the city succeeds in selling the course.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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