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Airport revenue to pay for renovation bond—not tax dollars

At an upcoming Council Meeting, the Council will be briefed about bonds that will fund the renovation of the Salt Lake City International Airport, and a budget amendment to account for higher than expected costs. One hundred percent of what is owed will be paid from various types of revenue generated at the Airport. No taxpayer dollars will be used to repay the bonds. For more information about the airport renovation, visit https://www.slcairport.com/thenewslc.

 

Homelessness to Housing

City Leaders to Announce Updated Timeline for Final Stage of Site Selection of New Homeless Resource Centers

City leaders plan to release in the next several weeks the possible sites for four new homeless resource centers.

Following the announcement, the City will host a series of public engagement workshops to gather public feedback on the resource centers building design, potential community impacts, and suggestions for mitigating those impacts.

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