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  • This Poll's for You

    Utahns have another avenue to vent their liquor frustrations, but it only goes so far.
      At its monthly meeting in December, the department revealed data from the first responses it received in its new customer-satisfaction survey.
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  • Sauced-Up Survey

    DABC poll aims to give customers what they want—sort of.
      Since Utah’s Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control launched a customer-feedback survey in October, locals haven’t been shy about letting the DABC know what they want: cold beer.
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  • Ghosts of Olympics Past

    Stars of Salt Lake City's 2002 Winter Games: Where are they now?
      If you've had your head buried in snow, you might not have heard Salt Lake City will be the U.S. Olympic Committee's bid site for a future Winter Games—again.
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  • ‘We Need to Do More’

    121 homeless lives lost this year are remembered at Pioneer Park vigil.
      The vigil included reading the names of the deceased, a moment of silence and the playing of “Taps.”
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  • Council Raises Its Pay

    The Salt Lake City Council has voted unanimously to raise its salary more than $9,000.
      The ordinance passed by a 6-0 vote. One council member, Derek Kitchen, was absent as he prepares for his move to the state Senate in January.
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  • Signed, Sealed, Delivered

    Young womxn students and educators deliver nearly 4,000 letters to the governor’s office urging him to protect public lands.
      “Environmental advocacy and outdoor recreation is historically dominated by men, so getting younger-women identified voices into the mix is always a good thing,” Josee Stetich, who organized the letter-writing, told the crowd outside the Capitol.
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  • Show Them the Money

    City Council members consider pay hike, worry current salary leaves out potential candidates.
      In 1980, according to council documents, the $9,700 annual salary was meant to reflect one-fourth of the mayor's pay and followed the thinking that for the mayor's 40 hours of work, council members would be expected to put in at least 10.
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  • McAdams Turns Page

    Candidate list to replace Salt Lake County mayor is quickly filling up.
      The Salt Lake County Democratic Party’s Central Committee will have 30 days following the vacancy to pick a replacement. The committee consists of about 1,100 members that will vote on the county’s next mayor.
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  • Homeless Bound

    Awaiting new resource centers, some say westside situation has improved since last year.
      Stories like it are common ever since Operation Rio Grande commenced in August 2017, when many homeless persons sought refuge in nearby neighborhoods like Rose Park and Poplar Grove.
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