Talking RAP Tax with Tom Kelly on The Mountain Life
In this episode of The Mountain Life Tom Kelly, Board Member of the Alf Egen Museum at Utah Olympic Park comes on to talk about the RAP tax. This tax is voted on for it's continuence every 10 years known as proposition 21 on the 2020 ballot. The Recreation Arts and Parks (RAP) is a .1% sales tax that raises almost 2 million dollars a year. The monies are allocated to non profit applicants like the Alf Egen Museum to help with the programs they offer to the community.