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Dave and Dujanovic


Jun 12, 2018

Here’s what you need to know, according to ksl.com:

Though city and county officials have agreed to negotiate changes to the nearly 8,800-unit Olympia development near Herriman that's sparked outrage, concerned residents took action Monday to have a "plan C" in place if talks fall through.

Herriman resident Justin Swain — who also started a Change.org petition to block the "outrageous" development, which as of Monday morning was signed by more than 10,000 — along with a handful of other residents filed a referendum application with the Salt Lake County Clerk's Office to put the county's zoning change up for a public vote.