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Not a nickel for Hale

Published February 23, 2013 1:01 am
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Re "Hale Centre Theatre asks Utah Legislature for $2 million to help it expand" (Tribune, Feb. 20):

Hale Centre Theatre puts on good shows, and it is an asset to the community, but it's a rats nest of family nepotism with too high executive salaries and almost nothing for actors, as documented by The Tribune.

Until Hale gets its financial and employment house in order, Utah's government should not give it a nickel more of the public's money.

Michael Phillips

Salt Lake City




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