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'Personal park'? Neighborhood's exclusive access to city land questioned

'Personal park'? Neighborhood's exclusive access to city land questioned

(Laura Seitz)



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Neighbors call it a "secret gem." Nestled in the heart of a South Salt Lake neighborhood is Mill Creek Pond — a treasure trove of wildlife teeming with migratory birds and delicate wetlands. It's an area that surrounding homeowners take pride in caring for as they have for the past five years.

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