The User Fee Economy Is Over

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For decades now there has been a relentless effort to shoft the burden of paying for infrastructure and services by local government from a shared civic investment through taxes, to a user financed model by shifting the operational costs to fees collected by the people who use the services. The shift to funding local government services through user fees has finally been exposed for its main flaw by COVID-19. When all the users are…

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Jackie Lightfield

Jackie Lightfield

one part coder, two parts writer, a dash of marketing and splash of design. served entrepreneurially. now http://t.co/swcK9cte

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