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Published: Monday, Feb. 11 2013 8:10 p.m. MST

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joy
Logan, UT

I am a Logan resident and this past month my gas bill was $335.00 which did not include
electricity, sewer and water which is a separate Logan City bill and it was just over $200,
so adding those 2 together puts it over $500. So I would be happy to see my bill at only $400.
It is colder than usual and even with my heater set at 68 my house is freezing.
I'm sure as with most cities their rates went up just before winter so it doesn't matter which way
you put it this economy is hurting everyone.

lket
Bluffdale, UT

all cities tax you like crazy you are better off being county. ilived in the county most of the first part of my life paid almost no taxes then moved tocity and found taxes on all utilities, and even cable etc. you pay more than inthe county where you get a small bill for garbage water etc. you are paying prople to bre your leaders so when you become a city you start a thing taht has to keep growing, and growing . so good luck. i live in a city now and pay way more when i was county only i missit. much better service from county too.

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