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Sandy Loses Another Round in Court Over Big Box Development

Sandy Loses Another Round in Court Over Big Box Development



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(KSL News) The city of Sandy has lost in the Utah Supreme Court, again, over a proposed Wal-Mart/Lowes development.

A citizens' group has fought the rezoning of a gravel pit which would allow the big box stores. In July the court ruled the issue should go to the voters on the November ballot.

Now, the court has rejected Sandy's ballot language, which protestors called "vague." Instead, the court wrote its own language, which asks voters whether or not to okay the zone change.

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