(KCPW News) Although he initially considered vetoing it, Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker decided to sign off on a small property tax increase the city council approved for the construction of a new library in Glendale. But, when he did so, he raised several concerns about how that tax increase was approved by the council, especially considering its just one of several tax increases city residents will be seeing this year. KCPW's Jeff Robinson spoke with the mayor about what his concerns are.
In part two of our conversation, Mayor Becker discusses Lt. Governor Gary Herbert and his positions on alcohol policy and climate change, and recent news about Salt Lake City Councilman Eric Jergensen.