Date of Award:
Master of Science (MS)
Economics and Finance
W. O. Asplund
This study was developed to determine the future fiscal condition of a small rural municipality, North Logan, Utah. An effort was made to determine whether or not present revenue sources would be able to keep pace with future expenditures at the local government level by projecting North Logan, Utah's, revenues and expenditures for 1975 and 1980. North Logan, Utah, should not have an "expenditure-revenue gap" within the next 10 years. At this time, it would appear that because of the construction growth and sales tax proportional increases, both due to large population increases, North Logan should have sufficient revenue to provide all future public goods and services demanded by the community.
Campbell, J. Mark, "Local Government Finance: A Projection for North Logan, Utah" (1971). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 1651.
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