MILLCREEK, Utah - After the election, Millcreek could become Utah's 9th biggest city, but not without a fight.
Voters on both sides of the battle are filling auditoriums as they decide which kind of government would fit them best: Is the county good enough or should the township incorporate into a city?
Some say their neighborhood would be better represented if it becomes a city.
"Our representation is quite minimal and they have to look out for what's best for the county and it's a conflict of interest," said Anna Claire Shepherd, Chair of Future of Millcreek Association.
But others say becoming a city isn't necessarily a fix for their problems.
"I don't think becoming a city would magically change and make everything immediately better," said Lamont Tyler.
A county-contracted feasibility study says that if Millcreek does incorporate, other less affluent areas of Salt Lake County - like Magna and Kearns - will lose a lot of money.
"Property taxes would need to increase in the remainder of the unincorporated county in order to maintain current service and surplus budget levels," the study said.
Township or city? Millcreek residents to decide