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City Council Seeks Input on Planned Sky-Bridge

City Council Seeks Input on Planned Sky-Bridge

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(KSL News) Tonight the Salt Lake City Council wants to hear your opinions about a planned sky-bridge.

The sky-brigde is part of the LDS Church's billion-dollar renovation project. Critics say it will prevent people from shopping along Main Street. But developers say the sky-bridge is crucial to the project and argue it will increase foot traffic on Main Street.

Sky-Bridge Meeting
Tonight 7 p.m.
City/County Building
451 S. State St.

In order to proceed with the designs, the City Council will have to grant an exception for the sky-walk.

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