(KCPW News) This November, South Salt Lake voters will have a choice: should they pay higher taxes to purchase the old Granite High School campus and give their community a space for recreation and civic events? The $25 million, 30-year bond would cost the average South Salt Lake homeowner $7 dollars a month, while businesses would pay more than $11. KCPW’s Jeff Robinson asked South Salt Lake Mayor Cherie Wood about the city’s vision for this project.
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