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  • (Daily Herald) The long and winding road to rejuvenating the old Geneva Steel property is entering a straightaway of sorts.

    The town of Vineyard as well as landowner Anderson Geneva and other stakeholders are close to settling on terms that will give up to $300 million in tax breaks over 40 years to develop the 1,000-plus acres on the shore of Utah Lake.

    "Developing it will basically create a new town," Vineyard planner Nathan Crane said. Crane added that up to 26,000 new people are expected to live in the area when the project is complete.

  • The Vineyard Planning Commission reviewed and recommended the approval of Sunset Villa. A new planned development overlay district would have to be approved in order for the residential project to move forward. If approved, 186 single-family, detached homes would be built on 23.5 acres located at the northwest corner of Vineyard Road and Center Street. Developers and land owners Ryan Anderson and Gerald Anderson hope to get building permits in time to start construction in March. The city council will review the proposal on Jan. 27.

  • A conditional use permit and site plan was approved for a 2.44-acre industrial development that will consist of office, manufacturing and warehouse space. There will be two phases of this project. It will be located at 331 E. 1750 North. The warehouse and manufacturing will be 15,800 square foot, the office 5,800 square feet, totaling 21,600 square feet. The second phase will be on the east half of the lot for future development. The developer is Mark Wadsworth of Wadsworth, LLC.

  • (Daily Herald) Call it a win for the little guy.

    After being compared to 12-year-old boys and being specifically targeted by legislation that could still strip them of certain powers, the town of Vineyard appears to have retained control of a proposed redevelopment agency for the old Geneva Steel property.

  • The Vineyard Planning Commission will recommend to the Town Council in its next meeting to approve the rezone of nearly 1,700 acres on property that was once the site of Geneva Steel.

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