The proposed 3-mill increase being sought by the Foothills Park and Recreation District in May is needed for capital repairs and increased operating expenses, according to district spokeswoman Mary Pat Adams, who has said the district may have to cut services this summer if the tax increase isn’t approved.
Dennis Weyl, a South Jeffco resident for the last 29 years, doesn’t agree.
“Frankly, I think they need to tighten their belts and live within their means,” Weyl said. “The rest of us do.”
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