City doesn’t have priorities straight

I do not care to pay more for any program that the city of Twin Falls or the URA want help with, recycling being one of them. The city wants everyone to participate in recycling while buying and remodeling downtown buildings for the benefit of the city. They want walking paths and bike paths. These are used by less than 5 percent of the population. Where do the rent/lease payments for these building go? Back to the masses? Now the URA wants to include housing in the mix.

It seems that only a portion of the budgets are “tight.”

How about a way to improve our water pressure?

Please think about all of the people when you come up with ways to spend our money.

Jeff Juker

Twin Falls