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Trent Nelson The Salt Lake Tribune) Eric Shaw is the new community and economic development director for Salt Lake City, Thursday December 13, 2012...City Hall SLC » New planning director hoping residents will give input. The Salt Lake Tribune First
The resolution is part of a national movement called "Welcoming America," with Salt Lake City joining 10 communities and 20 states that have adopted such a measure. Salt Lake City Councilman Charlie Luke read the resolution aloud to an almost full
FrontRunner line to Provo arrives early two years early The Salt Lake Tribune First Published 26 minutes ago Updated 22 minutes ago The FrontRunner commuter train arrived early two to three years ahead of schedule, actually. And officials held
Salt Lake City holds off on incubator kitchen' for refugees Salt Lake City » Council wants time to address unanswered questions. The Salt Lake Tribune First Published 1 hour ago Updated 37 minutes ago A proposal to build an "incubator kitchen" in The
A proposed ordinance would create an enterprise fund that city officials say would be a more predictable revenue stream. "I don't like it," said Jeff Walker. "We pay property taxes. It's not the fault of the taxpayers you haven't budgeted properly."
The Salt Lake City Council on Tuesday evening unanimously adopted an ordinance that would outright ban the practice in the commercial district from North Temple to 700 South between 200 West and 200 East. Previously such demolitions had been allowed
Steve Griffin The Salt Lake Tribune) Shoppers on Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2012, check out the new Walmart that has opened on Parleys Way in Salt Lake City. After a long battle over rezoning, the big-box retailer has opened in the refurbished Kmart
Kim Raff The Salt Lake Tribune) The unfinished south tower of the Broadway Park Lofts, 336 W...The Salt Lake City RDA has loaned them $4.5 million to complete the project. The Broadway Park Lofts in Salt Lake City, Utah on November 14, 2012...
The aquarium will remain open in Sandy until Sept. 8, 2013, and will close for a few months while everything is moved to the new location. The $20 million expansion is possible because of several factors: a large growth in the number of people who
The Salt Lake Tribune First Published 1 hour ago Updated 49 minutes ago Call it zoning by popular vote or a way to avoid neighborhood warfare. The Salt Lake City Council vote 5-1 Tuesday evening to allow residents to create local historic districts...