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(KSL News) Salt Lake City government is once again feeling the financial effects of the Lori Soares Hacking murder investigation.
City council members say the search for her has contributed to a $420 -thousand revenue shortfall. Police say that's because several officers had to be pulled from traffic duty to search the landfill, which resulted in a loss of revenue from traffic tickets.
Hacking's body was found by officers in the Salt Lake County landfill last October.
The city said its also seen some financial growth, thanks to a construction boom in Salt Lake.