W. Jordan agrees to contribute to arts center

W. Jordan agrees to contribute to arts center

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WEST JORDAN, Utah (AP) -- The West Jordan City Council has sweetened the pot with up to $1 million for a proposal to turn an old sugar factory into a regional arts center.

The council voted 4-2 this week to contribute up to $1 million in parks impact fees if the nonprofit Sugar Factory Arts Campus board raises adequate matching funds by 2012.

The council's decision was the first significant financial commitment for the $14 million proposal. The 93-year-old factory is located at 8000 South and Redwood Road.


Information from: The Salt Lake Tribune

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