Utahns aren't able to fully utilize there property due to local government regulations—SB 107 seeks to change that.
This bill restricts government from charging individuals for onerous property violations that don't actually bother neighbors.
Government should maintain a level playing field for private industry—not compete with it. This bill is a step in that direction.
Tax exemptions in local development areas or agencies hurt communities more than elected officials often realize.
The Riverton City Council and mayor have decided to eliminate license fees for all businesses.
This bill requires municipalities to jump through some hoops, such as commissioning a market impact study, prior to approving a new government enterprise that competes with a private market alternative.