Voters may have to vote on zoo bond at the zoo

Voters may have to vote on zoo bond at the zoo

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(KSL News) Come November 4, some Utahns may have to vote on a $33-million Hogle Zoo bond at the zoo itself.

Salt Lake County Clerk Sherrie Swensen hasn't yet found a voting venue to replace the polls at Hogle Zoo, but the city council is urging her to keep looking.

More than 1,400 voters are expected to cast their ballots at Hogle Zoo, but the zoo bond wasn't on the ballot when the venue was set.

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