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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…

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New Rural Economic Development Leader at GOED Brings Decades of Experience

Val Hale, executive director of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development recently announced the appointment of Linda Clark Gillmor as the new Associate Managing Director for Urban and Rural Business Services and Director of the Office of Rural Development. In…

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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March 2015 Utah Landowner Calendar

We hope that 2015 has started out well! We hope you enjoy the monthly calendars. Remember to visit our site on the 19th. We are publishing March’s Landowner Q&A, we will announce the topic later this week. The calendar can…

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The ins and outs of zoning

Zoning ordinances and regulations are laws setting limits on how you can use your property. Cities, counties, townships and other local governments use zoning laws to guide development and shape the community, usually under an overall zoning plan. Why Zoning…

Utah Prison

Prison Relocation Commission to Consider Two More Potential Sites

This was just released by UtahPolicy.com:   Sources tell UtahPolicy that when the Prison Relocation Commission meets Friday morning the seven members will consider two new sites for the half-billion-dollar prison – one in Tooele County and one in Utah County. The…

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Utah’s ‘Cowboy Caucus’ powerful voice for rural concerns

SALT LAKE CITY — At 7 a.m. every Friday during the Utah General Legislative Session, the Rural Caucus, often referred to as the “Cowboy Caucus,” meets to discuss potential legislation that will affect rural Utah. Popular topics revolve around land…

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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Boundary by Acquiescence

In the event that you and the adjoining landowner cannot peaceably resolve the boundary line dispute it may be necessary to hire legal counsel. If your case progresses, one of the first things a court considers is how the previous…

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Think Utah’s winter is dry? Just wait

Utah Valley’s snow-less winter may be only the beginning of what’s to come. A new study released last week reveals the second half of the 21st Century is expected to be dryer than it has been for the past 1,000…