GRANTS PASS CITIZENS WILL HAVE A DECISION TO MAKE ON THE MAY BALLOT. ON THE CARD WILL A PROPOSAL FOR A 3 CENT PER GALLON GAS TAX. IF APPROVED BY VOTERS, THAT TAX WOULD TAKE THE PLACE OF A CURRENT, AND MONTHLY, TRANSPORTATION UTILITY FEE. ACCORDING TO THE DAILY COURIER, CITY OFFICIALS SAY IT COULD BRING IN ABOUT 1.5 MILLION DOLLARS TOWARD STREET MAINTENANCE.