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Wasatch Choice for 2040

Over the past two decades it has grown into a metropolitan area with more than 42,000 residents. A few farms remain but they are islands within a mixture of horse properties, historic homes, high-density apartments, townhomes and high-rise office buildings….

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Thoughts on public land debates and energy development

The public land debate is alive and well in Utah, primarily. A recent poll revealed that Utah is really the only state pursuing this issue with great vigor. A recent debate held at Southern Utah University in Cedar City certainly…

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University Place CDA: Fact or Fiction

OREM — If it’s unfeasible to build, don’t build it. That is the mantra of Orem Councilman Hans Andersen when it comes to the proposed University Mall/University Place Commercial Development Area. He points to the various taxing entities such as…

Regional park to start taking shape in Bluffdale

It was Bluffdale’s turn Friday to be the scene of a groundbreaking ceremony for a regional park partially funded through a $47 million parks bond approved by Salt Lake County voters in 2012. County Mayor Ben McAdams and Bluffdale Mayor…

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Fiscal Impacts of Residential Growth

Many suburban cities attract or allow only low density, single family zones and struggle to maintain public utilities like roads and sewers. At the same time citizens refuse to pay higher taxes and oppose more dense developments. I grew up…

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Land Lines- Week 40

Land Lines – Week 40 New home sales surged in August, news like that is always positive for landowners in growth areas. The August rate is 33% higher than August 2013 and is a solid indication of the ongoing recovery…

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Single and Multifamily Construction Spending Post Gains

Total private residential spending – single-family, multifamily, and home improvements – fell slightly in August (0.1%) to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $351.7 billion. The latest Census estimate shows gains in the single and multifamily components of private residential…

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Wild lands advocates seek expansion of High Uintas Wilderness Area

Wilderness advocates will ask the Summit County Council tonight to recommend expanding the High Uintas Wilderness Area as part of the public lands process spearheaded by Utah Congressman Rob Bishop. A consortium of groups led by The Wilderness Society (TWS)…