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South Salt Lake Puts School District Decision in Hands of County Council

South Salt Lake Puts School District Decision in Hands of County Council



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(KSL News) South Salt Lake has put the future of a proposed school district split in hands of the county council.

At issue is a plan for the city of Holladay to break away from the Granite school district and form their own. However, because it would affect students in south Salt Lake and the unincorporated areas of Salt Lake County, all three councils have to vote on it.

Last night the South Salt Lake council voted to abide by any decision made by the county. The county council is expected to vote on it later this month.

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