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Letter: Ask South Salt Lake about development, get deleted

Published December 12, 2013 1:01 am
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I recently posted an honest question on the South Salt Lake city Facebook page asking who will be the developers for the city's Central Pointe project.

My question was deleted by the city and now I've been banned from making any more comments on the city's Facebook page.

Since the city has bought millions of dollars of land around the end of the new streetcar line, and the mayor has told the Tribune a million new square feet of retail space will be built around it, I thought this was a good question.

I guess in today's world when somebody can't answer a question, you just get deleted.

Bob LeMone

South Salt Lake




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