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South Jordan named one of the best places in U.S. to start a small business

SoJo came in sixth on the list of best small cities to start a business.

Officials look for solutions to housing shortage

With costs rising in Salt Lake County, what are some solutions for people to pursue.

Artwork raising awareness, appreciation of Jordan River

The Jordan River is often overlooked as a natural asset of the Salt Lake Valley, but one local nonprofit is working to raise awareness among the community’s youth.

Should the city own a golf course?

Residents have urged South Jordan officials to protect Glenmoor Golf Course from high-density development. On Aug. 7, more than 400 residents attended a city council meeting to show their support for the golf course.

South Jordan raising property taxes to fund public safety

The South Jordan City Council voted to raise property taxes, even after many residents voiced their opposition during a shortened public hearing.

South Jordan’s bullet-proof vehicle helps keep public, officers safe, police chief says

“It’s a giant bullet-proof vest, if you will, that allows us to do those things in a more safe manner.”

Salt Lake Chamber hopes to raise awareness about Utah’s housing situation

The Salt Lake Chamber wants to start a dialogue about housing problems in Utah.

Airport reconstruction project on schedule for 2020

Salt Lake City will soon have a new airport.

Study to examine best density for Olympia Hills site

Herriman officials will conduct a study to determine the best density for the Olympia Hills site.

South Jordan proposes property tax increase to fund fire station

South Jordan is proposing a 5 percent tax increase to fund a new fire station, the last tax increase was in 2007.



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