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(KSL News) -- The mayor of Holladay will have to abide voters' decision to change the form of government in that city.
Mayor Dennis Larkin had appealed that decision, but the Utah Supreme Court has denied the appeal.
Holladay citizens voted in August to limit the mayor's power, giving him voice in decisions, but not a veto power. The city council in Holladay will hold most power, with an appointed city manager to handle executive tasks.