Given that Roseville has now repealed its "crash tax," I thought this might be a good time to again gauge how people feel about Sacramento's fee program.
With that in mind, I've posted a poll on the blog. Many of you have already emailed and called me with your opinions, but I thought we'd put it to an informal vote. Look down page along the right rail to vote.
As a reminder, the Sacramento City Council voted last month to enact a fire cost recovery program that will charge nonresidents causing automobile wrecks in the city requiring a response from the fire department. City officials said the policy will generate between $300,000 and $500,000 annually for their battered budget.
Roseville was the first city in the region to enact such a program, but the Roseville City Council voted Wednesday night to repeal the policy, saying it was bad for business and tourism
Our last poll asked you what neighborhood has the best restaurants in town. Slightly more than half of the 357 voters said midtown; about 21 percent said downtown; 10 percent said Natomas; 9 percent said South Sacramento; and 7 percent said Broadway.