(a) a municipal energy sales and use tax in accordance with Chapter 1, Part 3, Municipal
Energy Sales and Use Tax Act; or
(b) a municipal telecommunication's license tax in accordance with Chapter 1, Part
4, Municipal Telecommunications License Tax Act.
(2)(a) Before a metro township enacts a tax described in Subsection (1), the metro
township council shall hold a public hearing:
(i) on a weekday evening other than a holiday beginning no earlier than 6:00 p.m.;
(ii) that is open to the public; and
(iii) to allow an individual present to comment on the proposed tax:
(A) within reasonable time limits; and
(B) without unreasonable restriction on the number of individuals permitted to comment
on the proposed tax.
(b)(i) A metro township council shall publish notice of the public hearing described
in Subsection (2)(a):
(A) by mailing notice to each mailing address in the metro township at least 14 days
before the day of the public hearing;
(B) by posting notice on the Utah Public Notice Website created in Section 63A-16-601 for each of the 14 days before the day of the public hearing; and
(C) if the metro township has a website, by posting notice on the metro township's
website for each of the 14 days before the day of the public hearing.
(ii) The council of a metro township that is included in a municipal services district
satisfies the requirement described in Subsection (2)(b)(i)(A) by mailing notice,
at least 14 days before the day of the public hearing, to each mailing address in
the metro township, using records or information available to the municipal services
district in which the metro township is included.
(c) The notice described in Subsection (2)(b) shall:
(i) state “NOTICE OF PROPOSED TAX” at the top of the notice, in bold upper-case type
no smaller than 18 point;
(ii) indicate the date, time, and location of the public hearing described in Subsection
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