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(KSL News) The Salt Lake County Council put off deciding on a bond for a new public safety complex due to concerns from the Chamber of Commerce.
Chamber members are worried about the impact of the project on downtown businesses and what they call a lack of public input on the plans.
Police officials say they have answered all of these questioned before, but the County Council is asking them to reiterate those answers before putting the bond to a public vote.
The new complex would cost $192 million and would feature an emergency operations center as well as a new fire station.