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  • May 21-27, 2009
  • Vol. 26, No. 1

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  • How They Watch

    Facial Recognition on UTA BusesThe list of “shovel-ready” projects Salt Lake City tossed out for consideration in the Obama stimulus plan included $150,000 to install facial-recognition te
  • Correction

    In Hot Water Heat & Power, listed as No. 13 in “The Green 25” [May 7, City Weekly], is no longer in business. Janelle and Rod Hyatt shut their operations down a few months ago.

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