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Business & Labor
3:51 pm
Mon April 8, 2013

Salt Lake City Launches Bike Share Program

Salt Lake City Councilman Carlton Christensen with a bike Salt Lake City's new GREENbike program.

Salt Lake City officially launched its much-anticipated  bike share program today. It’s called GREENbike and it offers unlimited short-term trips between stations scattered across the city. 

GREENbike is not quite a rental system. With memberships ranging from $5 a day to $75 a year, users pick up a bike at one of the solar-powered kiosks. But instead of chaining it to a corral or storing it at an office, the user returns it to the nearest kiosk for someone else to use. 

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5:09 pm
Mon March 25, 2013

30-Year-Old Deal Could Save Salt Lake County Millions of Dollars

FILE: Salt Palace Convention Center

A deal made more than 30 years ago between the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and Salt Lake County could end up saving taxpayers millions of dollars.

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4:00 pm
Tue October 30, 2012

Millcreek "City" May Foot the Bill for 2300 East Repairs

Millcreek residents occupy a corner on 2300 east.

Emotions are running high in Millcreek Township, as residents make final appeals to voters who are undecided on whether or not to become a city. This morning residents who oppose incorporation gathered near a street corner on 2300 east to address some looming financial problems they see with the proposal. But they weren’t alone, as residents who support it gathered close by. 

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