Cottonwood Heights Wants to be Own City

Cottonwood Heights Wants to be Own City

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(KSL News) -- Cottonwood Heights wants to be a city.

Proponents delivered a stack of petitions today, tied in a Christmas ribbon, to the County Clerk's office. They say the petitions contain signatures from over 40- percent of the voting public in Cottonwood Heights, who support incorporation.

A feasibility study, shows the new city would be profitable.

It would have about 34- thousand residents, spanning the Fort Union area and Big Cottonwood Canyon.

If the petitions are certified, the issue could be on the ballot, in May.

Cottonwood Heights Wants to be Own City

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