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Located about 25 miles north of Salt Lake City, Layton's population was only about 600 in 1940. It was then that the Hill Air Force Base arrived, followed by World War II. War workers started populating the area and the 1950 census counted 3,456 people. Layton altered from a farming town to a city with a large residential base. After the war, those not working at the Air Force base commuted to the Salt Lake City or Ogden areas.
Local Newspapers: The Salt Lake Tribune Deseret Morning News
Local Sports Teams: Utah Jazz (NBA) Real Salt Lake
Local Colleges: Weber State University
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1politics - I hope they get fired': Utah senators blame Salt Lake...
Utah lawmakers "injected" record funding into education during the 2018 Legislature, which ended Thursday, and Gov. Gary Herbert said it was cause for educators to "clap" for joy. But many in the education family were on pins and needles late Thursday night as the House of Representatives debated whether to eliminate the elected Utah State Board of Education.Senate advances bill to control inland port in Salt Lake City
The bill that would create a way to control the development of a global trade hub in Salt Lake City's northwest quadrant cleared the Utah Senate on Monday, but without addressing the city's top concern. SB234 , which would create a new governing body called the Utah Inland Port Authority to oversee the development of thousands of acres in Salt Lake City's last developable swath of land, passed on a 24-3 vote Monday night.6educationLawmakers, Our Schools Now unveil possible compromise on...
Tribune file photo) Some of the 3,359 students make their way to class at Granger High School Aug. 22, 2016. The school is nearly new and only built for 2,800.Environmental activists, community members join city officials in...
The Salt Lake Tribune Terry Marasco speaks about a bill he and his group re-wrote as Utahns concerned abou... The Salt Lake Tribune Ashley Soltysiak of the Sierra Club speaks as Utahns concerned about environmental health consequences and community impact from creating a state controlled inland port authority in Salt Lake CityA*s northwest quadrant held a press conference in the capitol rotunda, Sunday, March 4, 2018.West side residents, environment groups sound alarm over inland port bill
Community council representatives, environmental groups and the Utah League of Women Voters voiced their concerns Sunday over a legislative proposal to create an Inland Port Authority to oversee development in Salt Lake City's northwest quadrant. "The citizens of the Westpointe Community Council, which encompasses most of the northwest quadrant, believe the Legislature's late introduction of this bill is by design to impede fair and proper citizen and stakeholder due process," said Terry Thomas, vice chairman of the council.Toni Trust Donald Tangwall v. Barbara Wacker William Wacker Larry Compton
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The Salt Lake Tribune) Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski makes a comment on SB234, the inland port bill, as sponsoring Sen. Jerry Stevenson, R-Layton, listens in the background, Friday, March 2, 2018. A Senate committee Friday unanimously signed off on amended plans for a commerce-driving land-based port of entry in northwest Salt Lake City, amid objections from city leaders that the latest version still threatens the capital's autonomy over local taxes and zoning.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.Bill advances to fix Utah law in 'Deadpool' lawsuit
Sen. Jerry Stevenson listens during debate on moving the prison as members of Utah's legislature gather Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015, at the State Capitol in Salt Lake City. SALT LAKE CITY - A Senate committee gave early approval Thursday to a bill to bring Utah law into compliance after a federal judge ruled in favor of a local theater in a lawsuit over Utah liquor laws and the movie "Deadpool."2 more employees of signature-gathering company accused of forging names
Two employees of a Utah-based signature-gathering company are facing criminal charges for allegedly forging signatures on voter initiative petitions. Alexander James Burke, 22, was charged in 2nd District Court on Monday with five counts each of forgery, a third-degree felony, and violation of petition procedures, a class A misdemeanor.Long-awaited Salt Lake City inland port authority bill unveiled
Legislation on the development of a inland port in Salt Lake City's northwest quadrant - a bill city leaders have been warily waiting for - was made public for the first time Tuesday. The bill, SB234 , would create the Utah Inland Port Authority, a body that would have "exclusive jurisdiction, responsibility and power" to coordinate the development and management of an inland port in the city's northwest quadrant - about 3,000 acres on the city's west side.Naturalist volunteers needed in Layton and Kaysville
Volunteer naturalist guides are needed at both the Great Salt Lake Shorelands Preserve in Layton and the Wetlands Discovery Point in Kaysville to educate fourth-grade students as part of the Wings & Water program. Volunteers will conduct field trips for fourth-graders from around the Wasatch Front.Utah legislators told they have an extra $209 million to spend
Legislators received some unanticipated great news Wednesday: They have $209 million more than expected to spend in budgets they are now preparing. "The good news is our economy continues to grow" and is generating that extra unexpected money, said Rep. Brad Last, R-St.Utah lawmakers now have $563 million in additional revenues
Lawmakers now have a total of $563 million in additional revenues to spend this session - and that's not counting the $80 million windfall expected as a result of federal tax changes. The final estimates add $126 million in anticipated revenue growth and $83 million to the budget surplus to the $327 million in revenue growth or ongoing money and $45 million in surplus or one-time funds already expected.Salt Lake City leaders 'optimistic' in negotiations over inland port authority
Trucks haul fill into the new prison site on the west side of Salt Lake City on Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018. SALT LAKE CITY - As Utah and Salt Lake City leaders huddle to draft legislation that would create a new authority to oversee an inland port in the city's northwest quadrant, city leaders on Tuesday painted a rosy picture of ongoing negotiations.Woman's killer pleads guilty to burning her home down
A man who killed his girlfriend and dumped her body before fleeing to Mexico in 2008 has now admitted to burning down the woman's home days before attacking her. Gutberto Heras-Corrales, now 42, was originally charged with aggravated arson, a first-degree felony, in connection with the fire that destroyed the trailer home belonging to his girlfriend, Noemi Rodriguez, 26. He pleaded guilty Thursday to a reduced charge of simple assault, a third-degree felony, admitting in court documents that he had set fire to the trailer, endangering human life.Utah hosting membership effort
The American Legion Department of Utah and national staff will team up for a district revitalization and membership outreach effort March 1-3 in Layton, Utah.
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