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THE CHALLENGE OF OIL SHALE AND SANDS; Conference on Regulatory, Development, Environmental Aspects

              May 12, 2011 - The challenge of developing Utah's oil shale and oil sands as new fuel sources will be discussed from regulatory, industry and environmental perspectives during a Tuesday, May 17 conference.

BLM Begins New Look At Oil Shale Plans

The Bureau of Land Management announced today that it has begun the process
to take a fresh look at commercial oil shale and tar sand plans issued
under the previous Administration.

Salt Lake County seeks public input on the locations of 2 new community gardens

          Salt Lake County's Urban Farming division is pleased to announce the creation of two new community gardens in county owned parks. Public meetings will be held in various places throughout Salt Lake County to receive input on the possible locations for the gardens, and to answer questions about the application process to select the final sites.

Historic Salt Lake City market renovated to make way for Harmon's

 

With the new look, comes a new name, the Harmons Emigration Market.

This is new ground for Harmons as this is their first urban neighborhood grocery store.

 

"This is 1/7th the size of our normal stores and so we're cramming a lot into this but I think it's going to be something really special," said Bob Harmon.

"We've kinda been looking at this store back and forth for years and it just fell into place," said Randy Harmon.

The Emigration Market closed in April due to the economic downturn.

Green efforts at City Creek recognized

Green efforts at City Creek recognized

This is a news release from City Creek.

The City Creek redevelopment project in downtown Salt Lake City has been recognized as a pioneering example of sustainable design by achieving LEED® certifications from a green building ratings system established by the U.S. Green Building Council and verified by the Green Building Certification Institute.

The overall City Creek project was awarded LEED Stage 2, Silver certification, while Richards Court, a residential community in two 10-story buildings on South Temple, was awarded Gold certification. More certifications are expected as other buildings are completed.

New Year Brings a New Wave of New Foreclosures to Salt Lake City as Auction.com Rolls into Town Mond

Salt Lake City, Utah - With the new year comes new opportunity, and this Monday the opportunities lie with prospective homebuyers as a new wave of Salt Lake City area and Utah foreclosures are auctioned at 6:30 p.m. at the Salt Lake City Marriott by Auction.com.

Promontory tower condos go on sale today

SALT LAKE CITY - Urban homes at Promontory on South Temple, the tallest
building at City Creek, will go on sale Monday, February 14. Soaring to
370 feet, Promontory's distinctive profile is unmistakable on the Salt
Lake City skyline.