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Letter: Tired of the same old Utah politics? Time to vote for change

“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.” (quote attributed to Einstein) If you don't like subsidizing (via the taxes we pay to the state) the decline of the Great Salt Lake as well as subsidizing our dirty air with rapidly approved open gravel pits ...

Letter: Vote for politicians who will crack down on illegal aliens

I have a friend whose nephew married a girl from the Philippines. They have been married several months now, but his wife is unable to come to America because she’s choosing to obey the law and come legally. We have no idea when she will be able to come to America and live with her husband. ...

Letter: Who is the Morgan County attorney serving? Not residents

It has been apparent throughout the Wasatch Peaks Ranch referendum appeal process that Morgan County has gone beyond its limited statutory role in reviewing the compliance of the referendum application and defending its decision to become an actor for WPR trampling the Constitutional rights of ...

Letter: The right to hear from candidates is essential to voters

We are nearing our final stretch on the municipal elections for 2023. The Weber County League of Women Voters has scheduled many debates/candidate question-answer forums. We have attempted to organize ones in Weber County, including small cities with new candidates. There are a couple of these ...

Letter: Looking closer at Weber School District expenditures

In the next few days we will all receive our tax notices I hope that everyone will look at the amount that we are paying for taxes that go to the school district. I’m all for education and voted for the bond but you should know what you are paying for. Did you know the superintendent added ...

Letter: Efforts to stifle ski resort referendum not in county’s interest

The District Court has now validated the Application seeking a referendum on the Wasatch Peaks Ranch (WPR) development in Morgan County. WPR appealed within hours of the decision. Now, Garrett Smith, the Morgan County Attorney, has also filed an appeal. Garrett Smith states, “This appeal is ...