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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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Provo City unveils downtown master plan, seeks input

PROVO — Provo Mayor John Curtis released the city’s proposed plan for the downtown area Tuesday and the city council is asking for public input. The downtown master plan is a guide for the future of downtown Provo and encompasses…

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Group trying to put rezoning of land in Utah County on 2016 ballot

UTAH COUNTY — Thousands of Utah County residents are signing a petition against the county’s recent decision to rezone land. The grass roots group “We Decide” has gathered more than 10,000 signatures. They need at least 20,000 in order for…

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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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Landowner Q & A

What are the financial impacts that urban developments have on surrounding landowners?   A common concern many landowners have when they hear a piece of property near them is being designed for an urban development is that it will negatively…

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Don’t put Utah County foothills at risk

Two weeks ago the Utah County Commission made a decision against their staff’s recommendation to approve a zoning change in northern Utah County. This change would allow development on what has historically been protected land. Prior to this break with…

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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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Go west — new cry for Salt Lake City’s downtown development

URBAN RENEWAL • Salt Lake City’s big plans to upgrade its largely industrial, culturally diverse and partially blighted west-side downtown neighborhood could leave some groups scrambling for new homes. Though dubbed an urban gateway, the western edge of Salt Lake…