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Guest Post by Chuck Newton, South Jordan City Councilman

Guest Post by Chuck Newton, South Jordan City Councilman

This is just the start of tax increases:  The tax isn’t just $40/month or $480/yr.  Recently appearing before the South Jordan City Council, the school board admitted that they will need to raise taxes again after raising taxes by passing this bond.  The reason is that they will need at least $500,000 per new school […]

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3 Mayors Say Jordan Bond is Premature, Too Large

3 Mayors Say Jordan Bond is Premature, Too Large

Op-ed: 3 mayors: Jordan bond is premature, too large | The Salt Lake Tribune

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Taxpayers Association Endorses Washington County School Bond

Taxpayers Association Endorses Washington County School Bond

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Tuesday, October 29, 2013   MEDIA ALERT   Taxpayers Association Endorses Washington County School District Bond while Urging Voters to Reject Jordan School District’s Bond   Draper, Utah – Today the Utah Taxpayers Association endorsed Washington County School District’s $185 million bond. The Association is confident that the District’s tilt […]

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Nope. Nada. No on Prop 1

Nope. Nada. No on Prop 1

 

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CHART: Prop 1 makes Jordan’s taxes highest in Utah

CHART: Prop 1 makes Jordan’s taxes highest in Utah

Proposition 1, if passed, will take the Jordan School District from the 16th highest property tax rate to the highest in Utah. The chart linked below shows where the Jordan School District is now compared to Utah’s 40 other school districts. Can you afford this? CHART: Proposition 1’s impact on Taxpayers within the Jordan School District

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