This is weird. Some Utah counties have more voters on the rolls than residents [Tribune].
An influx of new legislators on Utah’s Capitol Hill next year could have a big impact on education in the state [Tribune].
A number of Salt Lake County Republican officeholders are upset with Mark Crockett’s claim the county is buried in debt when, in reality, it’s not [Utah Policy].
Democrats are trying to woo Republican voters ahead of November’s elections [Deseret News].
The Downtown Alliance will have a webcam trained on Salt Lake City’s Main Street 24/7 [City Weekly].
The Utah Transit Authority is proposing an overhaul of many bus routes in Utah and Salt Lake County to better connect with the FrontRunner rail system [Tribune].
The number of Utah bankruptcy filings fall 13% during the first half of this year [Tribune].
The Lehi City Council moves to protect city employees from the hiring and firing whims of a newly-elected mayor [Daily Herald].
Salt Lake County unveils a new online forum to garner public input [Tribune].
Layton’s new economic development specialist looks to bring more high-paying jobs to the city [Standard-Examiner].