Addressing the Fairness of Municipal User Fee Policy
User fees are one of the principal funding mechanisms for a range of municipal services, from water and waste management to transit and recreation. Economists have also traditionally seen them as an efficient revenue source since they allow municipalities to pay for a service by directly charging those who use it. Critics argue, however, that user fees are regressive and impose a higher burden on those who are relatively poor compared with those who are
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