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County leaders, horse owners debate future of Salt Lake County equestrian park

SOUTH JORDAN, Utah – Horse owners and Salt Lake County council members are at odds as officials debate the future of a struggling equestrian park. 351 more words

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Mountainous Planning District Public Hearing on FCOZ/MRZ

Study after study show that visitors to the Wasatch Range want to curb, or better yet STOP development, keep our streams pure and clear, allow wildlife to flourish in their natural habitat and ensure year round recreational opportunities for the millions of visitors who enjoy the treasured Wasatch Range are sustained. 324 more words

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Salt Lake Co. Health Department reports second flu death this season

SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake County Health Department has reported a second influenza death for the 2015-16 season.

Pam Davenport, the department’s communications manager, told FOX 13 the second deceased victim was an adult under the age of 65. 66 more words

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SL County receives grant to help improve vehicle emissions

http://www.good4utah.com/news/local-news/sl-county-receives-grant-to-help-improve-vehicle-emissions

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) – Salt Lake County gets a little help improving their air quality.  A program meant to help older cars pass emissions tests was announced today. 418 more words

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Salt Lake Co. Health Department reports first flu death of season

SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake County Health Department has reported the county’s first influenza death of the 2015-16 season.

According to a news release from the department, the deceased was over the age of 65 and had not received the seasonal flu vaccine. 139 more words

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Salt Lake County To Lease Land for Urban Farming

Salt Lake County’s Urban Farming program has just released a Request for Proposals (RFP) to lease three parcels of County land to local farmers (3-10 acres). 59 more words

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Weather causes traffic issues in Parleys Canyon, Salt Lake Valley

SALT LAKE CITY — Heavy precipitation caused delays and accidents in Parleys Canyon and parts of the Salt Lake Valley Wednesday morning.

According to Salt Lake County Emergency Management, drivers faced very hazardous conditions in Parleys Canyon. 271 more words

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