Why is that we're paying a man in Salt Lake City, Utah, that has one of the smaller transit agencies, that kind of money?" she said. "This money will go on forever, and no one should be able to get rich and pad their pocket while we have people and bus lines being cut."
Geddes said UTA, which is considered a quasi-government agency, should become a department of the state.
"When you're using government funds, you should have government oversight. That should be a no-brainer," she said.