A narrow majority of the South Salt Lake City Council voted Wednesday to not raise taxes and instead cut about $1.2 million out of the city’s budget to give police and firefighters a slightly smaller pay raise at 13 percent.
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SOUTH SALT LAKE — A budget veto might be on South Salt Lake’s horizon.

Or, next year may be an even tougher budget year.

Following a contentious, hourslong budget meeting Wednesday night, a narrow majority of the South Salt Lake City Council voted to dodge Mayor Cherie Wood’s proposed property tax hike to give police and firefighters a …read more

Source:: Deseret News – Utah News

      

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