Friday, November 18, 2005

Salt Lake City Council Reactions

According to the Tribune, these were the City Council reactions to Mayor Anderson's proposal of allowing alternative fuel vehicles to park for free: "Councilwoman Jill Remington Love acknowledged the ordinance would be mostly symbolic, but she likes the statement it makes." "'This makes a tremendous amount of sense,' Councilman Eric Jergensen agreed." "Nancy Saxton noted it takes a 'certain socioeconomic status to own a car like this' because they are typically more expensive than traditional vehicles." "There's a lot of statements we could make. Maybe we ought to give Davis County residents a break."- Councilman Buhler


Blogger pramahaphil said...

It makes a nice little statement, but I don't think it will make much more of a difference in the public's car buying decisions.

Hybrids and other alternative fuel vehicles have some of the sweetest tax breaks available. If you have the money to buy one I highly recommend it. Many of these breaks sunset after 2006.

11/18/2005 10:33:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you Eric "Preciate Cha" Jergensen... and Nancy Saxton has Penis envy.

11/22/2005 11:46:00 PM  

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