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Millcreek City still a bad idea
This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2013, and information in the article may be outdated. It is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted.

It must be because it's almost Halloween, but I'm dismayed to see the zombie Millcreek City has once again shuffled back to life after being resoundingly defeated by the residents of Millcreek in the 2012 election.

The 2-1 vote against them somehow didn't convince the incorporators that Millcreek is fine just like it is, and they are back trying to push their own selfish agendas. This is about two things. One is busybodies who want to create a whole new layer of government, one that they will personally benefit from, with fancy offices in a plush new city hall, and city cars to drive around in, all at taxpayers expense. The other thing is zoning. As soon as Millcreek City comes to life, they will sell out our community to developers so every street and intersection will be one big strip mall.

I've lived in Millcreek for many years, and Salt Lake County has always served us very well; the streets are cleared, the trash is picked up, they build wonderful new libraries and recreation centers and parks, and, most important of all, they leave us alone, which will not be the case with Millcreek City. To the people who are trying to revive this zombie city proposal, no! Go away! Go find something useful to do.

Roy Webb

Salt Lake City

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