Road project boosts local economy
Posted by Ben McAdams
December 21, 2017
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Salt Lake County is investing $1.9 million on a road project that will pave the way for business growth. About 40 businesses currently operate in an area known as "Camp Kearns" for its World War II history, and there's room for more. Muddy, unkempt roads have been a barrier to attracting new businesses and growing existing ones. The project - that will be finished by Summer 2018 - will pave 1.5 miles of road. With the promise of paved roads, a trucking company plans to locate here and existing businesses have expansion plans.
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