Not Another Penny 

After reading this article [“In Your Face,” April 28, City Weekly], I feel the need to share my experience with Cottonwood Heights Police Department.

On April 27, I received a call from a friend who asked for a ride home because he didn’t think he was capable of driving. I arrived at the Canyon Inn and picked up my friend and started to leave. No sooner had I pulled out of the parking lot than I was cut off by a Cottonwood Heights Police truck.

When I questioned the officer as to why this was happening, he informed me that maybe I should find someplace else to drink. So that is now my motto: anywhere but Cottonwood Heights. That goes for anything that lands within the borders. I will not spend another penny of my money in a city where the police department and the mayor have their own agenda.

Michael Stant
Murray


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