I read an article ("P&G Utah-bound," Oct. 10) about the state board exploring some tax incentives to encourage Procter & Gamble to build a manufacturing facility in northern Utah.

What a great idea!

I suggest they go a step further. How about some tax incentives to encourage me and other Utahns to stay here and work.

The problem is our taxes are too high. Much of our government spending does little except to encourage people to rely on government.

Sherman L. Nay

Brigham City