(KCPW News) Reviving Salt Lake City neighborhoods is on the agenda at tomorrow’s meeting of the city’s Redevelopment Agency. RDA Chair and District 1 City Councilman Carlton Christensen says a program in Ogden called “Moving the Line” might work in the Capital City.
SALT LAKE TRIBUNE – The Salt Lake Tabernacle may not be adorned with frescoes by Michelangelo, but its historic vaulted ceilings and majestic arcs – renovated to meet modern seismic and technological needs – not only made it a favorite among professionals, but also Tribune readers in an online survey held as part of the annual American Institute of Architects Utah competition.
DESERET MORNING NEWS – Park City can add “walkable” and “bikeable” to their list of accomplishments — Park City residents passed a bond Tuesday by 55 percent for pedestrian and bike-friendly trails throughout the city streets.
DESERET MORNING NEWS – So now that famed architect Frank Gehry is being sued by MIT for design flaws causing persistent leaks and other issues in a building he designed, will Lehi be reconsidering the approval of the five-star hotel?
DAILY HERALD – At a special session Tuesday, Lindon City Council approved the feasibility study results for the city aquatics center and authorized VCBO Architects to move forward with the process of construction.
SOUTH SALT LAKE – Progressive plans to remake Holladay’s 57-acre Cottonwood Mall have created a buzz in Utah and in design circles nationwide.
“Walkability” isn’t in Webster’s Dictionary, but it will be on Park City’s ballot Tuesday when voters decide whether to increase their property taxes for a $15 million bond to fund walkways and bike paths.
Jack Okland was a big man. Big enough physically to earn All-America status as a left tackle at the University of Utah, capping his collegiate career in 1945 by playing in the then-prominent East-West Shrine Game and the Chicago All Star Game.
“In a recent newspaper article, Ralph Becker, who is running for mayor of Salt Lake City, called The Gateway ‘a big mistake.'”
Sugar House suddenly has much of its wonderful weirdness boxed up by boards – and Ralph Becker says Dave Buhler helped hammer the nails.