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(KSL News) -- Salt Lake residents expressed concerns to Mayor Rocky Anderson in this morning's "Saturday Morning with the Mayor" at the Farmer's Market in Pioneer Park.
From fire conditions to road construction, residents got a chance to talk about issues they feel impact Salt Lake City, and to hear what Anderson plans to do about them.
D.C. Carter, Salt Lake City Resident: "The issues over the Legacy Highway, we need to get that thing built."
Madlyn Runburg: "I'd love to see him get behind revitalization of this area behind the Rio Grand station, including the building of the aquarium."
Directors from various city departments were also there to answer questions about city services.