Public Hearing Set For Revision Of Controversial Olympia Hills Development
HERRIMAN, Utah – Salt Lake County officials have set the date for new public hearings on the redesign of the controversial Olympia Hills development.
The revised proposal, released in July, would add more than 6,000 new homes to the southwest part of the county over a 20-year period. That’s 2,500 fewer homes than in the original plan.
The new plan also commits to more parks, trails and open space as well as a mix of housing types, including affordable housing.
The first public hearing on the revised proposal is scheduled for Jan. 14, 2020, at 6 p.m. in the City Council chambers of the Salt Lake County Government Center, 2001, S. State Street, Salt Lake City.
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