John Inglish, general manager of Utah Transit Authority, takes way too much money from the Utah taxpayers. Mr. Inglish makes over $300,000 per year, and his annual bonus is more than $40,000. Administrative salaries at UTA have gone through the roof, and the bus service has deteriorated. Light-rail ridership is down 30 percent in just two years. The "Jolly Trolley" has cost us close to $1 billion dollars and still shows no proof that it has or will relieve Wasatch Front congestion. Now UTA is building commuter rail. Commuter rail is nothing more than a government-subsidized, corporate welfare, sprawl pump into Weber County. In the real world, when an employee routinely fails, they get fired. Wake up.

Drew Chamberlain

South Jordan