The Standard-Examiner has reported the conflict in Kaysville over three initiatives submitted to the city on Wednesday, March 9, to be placed on the ballot in November. City acceptance is necessary for the collection of signatures to place initiatives on the ballot.The form of the initiatives was modeled after initiatives submitted, approved, placed on the ballot and voted on in Davis County in 2007. An attorney who we consulted, said the initiatives would be acceptable. The city attorney rejected them as being "deficient." The deficiencies he felt needed changing were "the title of the (proposed) law needed to clearly express the subject of the law," and "the text of the proposed law needed to read as the final law would be written."