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Published: Wednesday, Aug. 13 2014 8:50 a.m. MDT

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Ultra Bob
Cottonwood Heights, UT

We the taxpayers of Utah and the USA, request more and complete financial information about the funding and expenditures of UCAIR including any successful actions promoted. This is important to us lest we fall into scams to rob the taxpayer.

Tooele, UT

Re: "This is important to us lest we fall into scams to rob the taxpayer."

I seldom agree with Bob, but count me in on this one. Funds squandered so willy-nilly were, quite likely, filched somehow from taxpayers pockets. And taxpayers deserve to know whether and how that happened.

Although, hmmmm . . . if I agree to brush my teeth more often and regularly take Beano, could I get $350,000 for the air quality increase? It would likely be every bit as substantial as the crony-capitalist-sounding projects described in the article.

Price, Utah

Now if all wood burning fireplaces are banned you won't have your pollution levels double next December 26th along the Wasatch Front.

Mcallen, TX

Your tax money at work!

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