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Letter: Make it pretty for the next generation

Published June 17, 2014 4:33 pm
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Have you noticed the sky in January? The sky in Salt Lake is gray and polluted because of the refineries in Utah. These are pumping chemicals into Utah's beautiful sky.

Lets not turn Utah into New Jersey. We also need to start carpooling or riding the bus because it is not just the refineries that are trashing Utah's scenic view.

Also, try to ride your bike that has been collecting dust all these years in your garage. When I pass Beck Street, I just see a big metal playground spewing smoke to our sky. This is where we live, so make it pretty for the next generation.

George White, age 10





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