Feds make a deal with UTA, SLC Council not happy with fence near homeless shelter (4/7/17)

The Utah Transit Authority escapes federal charges in exchange for disclosing information about individuals under investigation. Rocky Mountain Power prepares to build more than 400 new wind turbines to power Utah homes. A plan to build a fence between The Gateway and downtown homeless services comes off as a “perceptual division,” say Salt Lake City Council members.

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  1. Glenn

    It is shameful that Rocky Mountain power will not phase out coal for decades…come on Utah, can you look at your children and say this is healthy for them? Shameful for both RMP AND the parents of Utah who continue to fail to protect their children against those who destroy the air quality in Utah. All this coal burning can only improve your lungs.