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Local food needs local land

Local food is becoming more popular here in Utah, but we are losing access to it. A recent Envision Utah poll found that two-thirds of Utahns want farmland preserved to provide local food but are increasingly worried about its disappearance….

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5 of the latest housing reports

  While we don’t typically delve into the housing market as a whole, we will be rounding up housing news and publishing it periodically. Land and homeownership are important and large investments, understanding the local and national housing market is crucial…

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Ex-Interior Head: Land Grab Puts Utah at Odds With Industry

Former Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt on Thursday slammed Utah’s push to seize control of federal lands as a radical measure that threatens the outdoor recreation industry, which brings a lucrative gear show to the state twice a year. Babbitt’s comments…

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Urban living is changing the face of Provo and surrounding areas

PROVO — From the Shops at Riverwoods to East Bay Business Park, construction, new businesses and city living are taking hold. Mixed-use buildings are shaking up the old retail areas and it looks like there are more apartments than renters….

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Natalie Gochnour: 5 predictions for Utah in 2015

The New Year brings with it lots of emotions — pessimism for some, optimism for others. And for everybody it brings anticipation. What will 2015 bring? I took out my crystal ball and came up with five predictions for 2015….

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North Utah County: 2014 growth causes ripple effect

LEHI — With northwest Utah County maintaining its position as one of fastest growing for single-family homes in the nation, new businesses have been emerging as well. A man of many embargoed secrets, Christmas presents appeared to be delivered monthly…

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How Historical Designations Affect Property Values

When Brooklyn Heights was named New York City’s first historic district in 1965, preservation advocates were delighted. From the modest pre–Civil War federal style to the late-19th-century Greek Revival–style mansions, one of the nation’s most diverse collections of architecture would…

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Land Lines- Week 45

Land Lines – Week 45 Watch for 3Q2014’s newsletter in the next few weeks, the topic for this edition is boundary lines. If you would like to receive a print version click here. Many of you have received the 2Q…