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(KSL News) Developers will have to wait a few more weeks to see if they will be allowed to build a sky-bridge over Main Street in downtown Salt Lake City.
A planned vote on the proposed City Creek Center sky-bridge was delayed until April 17.
Developers say they need a decision so they can move forward with the project.
They say the bridge would ease travel for shoppers traversing the two levels of storefronts. But critics say it would keep shoppers off of Main Street and confined to the City Creek Center.
If the council votes in favor of the proposal, the bridge won't be a done deal. Approval would amend two planning documents that currently discourage sky-bridges in downtown Salt Lake.