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(KSL News) Plans to restore the Ogden River are on hold because the economy is so bad.
The city wants to restore about five miles of the river at a cost of $10 million.
However, the Salt Lake Tribune reports lawmakers and private donors have to free up the money for the project to move forward. That could take some time as the recession deepens.