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Short, Short Evening Hike & Picnic

It’s hard to believe but right up Little Cottonwood Canyon, only .1 miles off of the road, is a beautiful little waterfall – Lisa Falls… 229 more words

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LET'S GET HIKING - UTAH STYLE

In case you didn’t know Utah has MOUNTAINS! I don’t mean hills or little mounds, I mean BIG mountains with substantial elevation. The Wasatch Front is a mountain range that runs across north central Utah. 439 more words

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What makes people move to Utah? What makes them move out? Survey says...

SALT LAKE CITY — A new report by Envision Utah finds traffic and air quality are the top concerns as development begins in the area around the Point of the Mountain. 473 more words

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Wasatch Environmental Update; Salt Lake County Planning Activities

Wasatch Environmental Update for May 7, 2017

By John Worlock, Member of the Board of Directors of Save Our Canyons

“Salt Lake County Planning Activities” 404 more words

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SL County "Resource Management Plan" for the Wasatch Range

During the 2015 legislative session Utah passed a requirement for each county to produce a Resource Management Plan (RMP).  The plans are to include 28 resources such as forest management, recreation and tourism, wilderness, air quality, water quality and energy. 293 more words

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Leaders reveal plan to free up jail beds in efforts to clean up crime in downtown area

SALT LAKE COUNTY – A new plan was unveiled to combat crime in the Rio Grande area and keep the right people behind bars.

The plan involves more jail beds and a lot of taxpayer money. 827 more words

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Dispute over beaver dams in Draper

DRAPER, Utah – A Draper neighborhood is fighting with the Salt Lake County Flood Operation officials over clearing away beaver dams in their backyards.

The county sent the families in the small cul-de-sac along Dunning Court a violation notice last December that said it was their right and responsibility to maintain the creek and clear away the beaver dams so debris from the dams would not block a county-wide drainage facility. 385 more words

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