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Public Invited to Hearing on Major Housing Complex in Provo

Public Invited to Hearing on Major Housing Complex in Provo

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(KSL News) Tonight the public is invited to a hearing about a major housing complex at Brigham Young University known as Joaquin Village.

The Deseret Morning News reports it's considered the largest project Provo has seen in years. Joaquin Village will house about 1,000 students.

A city traffic study says that will increase traffic by 3,000 car trips a day. It also found the intersections at 500 North and 700 North and University Avenue could get too busy, pushing traffic off main routes onto local streets. It could also push 600 North and 600 East over the environmental capacity limit for local streets.

Joaquin Village Hearing
7 P.M.
City Center
351 W. Center

If you'd like to attend the meeting, it's tonight at the City Center.

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