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The Birth of Zoning Codes, a History

The story of American zoning is really the story of how Americans learned to legislate their NIMBY impulses. Before zoning, cities mostly regulated what could be built through nuisance laws. If someone didn’t like how their neighbor was using their…

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Finding Funding for Much-Needed Infrastructure Improvements

As part of the proposed budget, President Obama is again saying that now is the time to invest in U.S. infrastructure, calling for $478 billion in spending on roads, bridges, ports, and other transportation nodes. Among other examples, the water…

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SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Department of Transportation has unveiled plans for highway construction projects across the state this year, including a $252 million project to rebuild and widen a section of Interstate 15 between the Salt Lake City…

Utah Prison Relocation

State commission now looking at 5 spots for new Utah prison

SALT LAKE CITY — Five potential sites have been identified for the Utah State Prison to move to, but opponents continue to insist that it stay put in Draper. At a meeting Friday, the Prison Relocation Commission announced the new…

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Light rail coming to north Utah County — around 2040

A light rail or bus rapid transit line from Eagle Mountain, through Saratoga Springs and onto the American Fork or Lehi FrontRunner stations — these are options local governments are looking at now, to be built around 2040. Transportation planners…

Provo Master Plan

Provo City Council approves master plan for downtown

PROVO — The Provo City Council unanimously approved the proposed plan for the downtown area Tuesday after making a slight revision to it. The downtown master plan is a guide for the future of downtown Provo and encompasses five planning…

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Study: Snake Valley groundwater development unsustainable

SALT LAKE CITY — A hydrologic study commissioned by the Utah Legislature seven years ago concludes any significant groundwater development in Snake Valley and adjacent areas is not sustainable and even current pumping is drawing down the aquifer. The study,…

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Public meeting seeks input on Mountain Accord project

MURRAY, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) – A major development is being discussed  which will impact the Wasatch mountains and Utah ski resorts. It’s called the “Mountain Accord.” On Wednesday night, the parties involved held a public question and answer meeting…