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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- The LDS church isn't putting too fine a point on where its new Utah temple will be, but that isn't stopping other people from speculating.
Nowhere is that louder than in Draper, where city officials and a developer say they're all but certain that the new temple announced Saturday at the General Conference is headed.
Officials from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints aren't yet revealing the site for the Salt Lake Valley's third L-D-S temple, and 12th in Utah.
However, folks in Draper say the church revealed plans to build a temple when they bought the land almost two years ago.
Draper employees say temple talk has been common at City Hall for more than a year, calling it -- QUOTE -- "everybody's fantasy."
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