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SARATOGA SPRINGS, Utah (AP) -- Saratoga Springs has finished annexing a 2,800-acre tract of land in the heart of the city owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The Daily Herald of Provo reported the land will be home to a new city hall, library and major retail development. City offices are currently housed in a rented retail unit.
City officials say the commercial complex will include big-box retailers, a movie theater, restaurants, amphitheater, parks and a walkable Main Street.
The LDS church will oversee development of the plans and will eventually sell all the land to private developers.
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