Prop. 1, a quarter-cent sales tax that would benefit public transit in Wasatch Range counties, passed in 10 counties but was defeated in seven, including the populous Salt Lake County where supporters have yet to concede due to the narrow loss.
Nov 8, 2015   The Salt Lake Tribune
<p>The City Creek Center is touted as the means to revitalize Main Street in Salt Lake City. However, there are many critics of the claim that a skybridge over Main Street is "critical to the success of the project."</p>
Feb 20, 2008   Utah Stories
<p>How do Utah &amp; the West support population growth without sacrificing living standards?</p>
Feb 2, 2008   Utah Stories
<p>The Salt Lake City Planning Commission has approved a controversial plan to build a sky bridge for pedestrians as part of a new mixed use development.</p>
Jan 24, 2008   The Salt Lake Tribune
<p>Hundred-year-old historic Sugar House buildings have been razed to make way for a controversial new development project in Salt Lake City.</p>
Jan 23, 2008   Utah Stories
<p>Controversial plans to include an elevated enclosed pedestrian bridge as part of a major development in downtown Salt Lake City will face a vote before the city's planning commission this week. The vote, however, is not expected to be the final word.</p>
Jan 22, 2008   The Salt Lake Tribune
<p>Salt Lake City's hip art center has experienced gentrification with the ironic turn of yuppie retail making the neighborhood less safe. Now property owners and artists will need to find a new agreement.</p>
Jan 15, 2008   Utah Stories
<p>In suburban Salt Lake City, Utah, plans are underway to replace an old strip mall with a mixed use, transit oriented development.</p>
Jan 4, 2008   The Salt Lake Tribune
<p>Strong job growth and a lack of multi-family housing are pushing rents up and squeezing low-income households.</p>
Dec 25, 2007   The Salt Lake Tribune
<p>This article looks at a Mormon Church-sponsored project in downtown Salt Lake City that some say is sacrificing the will of local retailers and residents for shareholder profits.</p>
Dec 22, 2007   Utah Stories
<p>The seven western states dependent on the Colorado River for their water are on the verge of coming to an agreement on a management plan to ensure a steady supply of water from the increasingly stressed source. But some say the plan won't do enough.</p>
Dec 10, 2007   The Arizona Republic