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Impacts of trails and trail use

The trail corridor takes into account private property concerns, looks at alternatives, and establishes appropriate linkages with respect to these concerns.” –Russ Akina, Logan City Parks and Recreation director. From Northern Bonneville Shoreline Trail Master Plan The goal of the…

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Best Small Cities for Families

A big THANK YOU to NerdWallet for researching and posting these stats! We are proud Utah landed on the list not one, but eight times! ___________________________________________________________ Many Americans dream of raising a family in a tight-knit, safe community with a…

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We Have LOTS to Talk About

As we approach the end of the year, it is always important to start to imagine what next year will look like for housing.  I think about that question every day, debating it, analyzing it, looking at the data, and…

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Study: Denser development boosts transit ridership

Right path » Offers support for new Wasatch Front land-use planning. A new national study supports a path Wasatch Front leaders are following to push for denser development around transit stops to help handle a projected 60 percent population growth…

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Summer Road Construction

We’re right in the middle of summer, which means we’re in the middle of road construction season. John Gleason from the Utah Department of Transportation gives us an update on projects that we should keep in mind. Here are some…

(Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune) Rio Tinto's general manager of construction Michael Piercey points out the East Waste Rock Project that will stabilize and revegetate the bottom slope of a huge tailings pile at Kennecott.

Utah mine plans to beautify, make waste piles safer

South Jordan • Kennecott provided a peek Monday at company plans to handle new waste rock coming out of the Bingham Canyon mine in a more becoming and environmentally sensitive fashion. Over time, said Kennecott spokesman Kyle Bennett, the work…

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82 percent of Utah water goes to farmers — here’s why

HUNTSVILLE, Weber County — Utahns are frequently bombarded with water conservation messages encouraging them to “Slow the Flow” of water to their lawns. But many residents might be surprised to learn where most of Utah’s water actually goes. Only 6…

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Nation’s professionals offer advice for downtown Spanish Fork

SPANISH FORK — Efforts to revitalize Spanish Fork’s downtown were in full swing last week. Six professional planners flew in from around the nation to offer their time and insights for the community, free of charge. Dave Anderson, the city’s director…

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Utah County residents pack meeting against new prison

Eagle Mountain • There’s a 50 percent chance the new prison will end up in Utah County — that’s where two of the four potential relocation sites are located. While the odds might not look great, residents opposed to moving…

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“Your Utah, Your Future” Survey

How do you envision the future of Utah?  By 2050, our population will nearly double, and Utah will add an estimated 2.5 million residents. Will we have enough water to drink? Will our air be clean? How will we educate…