Inland Port Authority

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School coronavirus cases go undercounted as some parents refuse to report to Utah health officials. The Utah Inland Port pursues a new funding stream for a train-to-truck facility.  And Salt Lake City's mayor puts foothills trail construction on hold to consider charting a different path.

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The Utah Inland Port Authority delayed a critical vote on whether to create a new infrastructure district and spend more than $150 million in bonds or not. The delay gives the environmentalists who are protesting the project a temporary win. 

Salt Lake Tribune


The big boost a small, unproven Salt Lake City company got from the pandemic, and why the Securities and Exchange Commission began inquiries. The Utah Inland Port Board approves a truck-to-train transloading facility for Salt Lake City's northwest quadrant. And some Utah officials appear to be skirting transparency laws by using their private cell phones to conduct government business. 

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Analysis shows that millions of dollars of COVID relief was paid to TestUtah for coronavirus testing. Petitioners ask Gov. Spencer Cox to veto a bill creating a bank of funds for projects of the Utah Inland Port. And with vaccine appointments opening up to Utahns 16 and older next week, what do kids, pregnant women, and those who have already been infected need to know? 

Utah Inland Port Authority

The latest meeting of the Utah Inland Port Authority board draws critics and counties seeking development opportunities. The San Juan County Commission calls on president-elect Joe Biden to fully reinstate the Bears Ears National Monument. And Utah's 'troubled-teen' industry is coached on how to protect itself from investigations.


Salt Lake Tribune

A Utah senator says he's preparing legislation to ban elective abortions in Utah.

Salt Lake Tribune

Members of the local Kingston polygamist group are indicted in a $500 million tax-credit scheme, raising questions about a $50,000 campaign donation to Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes. Also, a spotlight on the safety of Mormon missionaries, after sexual assault survivors take their case to the Church. And the Inland Port Authority board votes to keep its subcommittee meetings closed to the public. 

Salt Lake Tribune

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints opposes Utah's medical marijuana ballot initiative, but not the use of the drug under specific circumstances. Sen. Orrin Hatch and Rep. Chris Stewart respond to news about former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort and longtime Trump lawyer Michael Cohen. And though legal, private meetings held by subcommittees of the Inland Port Authority draw more criticism from the public over a lack of transparency. 

Conservative Review

The Inland Port Authority has its first real meeting, where one board member asks for 

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Community members voiced their concerns over a proposed bill to create an Inland Port Authority to oversee development in Salt Lake City's northwest quadrant.

Westpointe Community Council Vice Chairman Terry Thomas says the council believes the Legislature's late introduction of the bill is "by design to impede fair and proper citizen and stakeholder due process."

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Community members voiced their concerns over a proposed bill to create an Inland Port Authority to oversee development in Salt Lake City's northwest quadrant.

Westpointe Community Council Vice Chairman Terry Thomas says the council believes the Legislature's late introduction of the bill is "by design to impede fair and proper citizen and stakeholder due process."