This year, residents of Weber County will have the opportunity to vote on whether to continue the one-cent recreation tax that is used to fund recreation, arts, museums and parks, also known as “RAMP.” RAMP receives one-cent for every $10 spent on recreation in Weber County. This is "anything fun," RAMP Staff Secretary, Shelly Halacy said, including going to the movies,...

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