Jay Evensen: So much for Salt Lake City’s plans

If SB234 becomes law, a new Utah Inland Port Authority would have power to develop an inland port in the northwest quadrant of Salt Lake City – something that could end up swallowing much of it, including about 3,000 acres the city has been actively planning. Developing the city’s northwest quadrant, an area west of the international airport, has been a longtime dream of city leaders trying to deal with a housing affordability problem.

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