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What your $48M bought for parks and open space

In the hills high above Herriman, you preserved hundreds of acres of rugged Oquirrh Mountain wilderness teeming with wild turkeys and a herd of elk. You plunked your tax dollars into a Taylorsville bass pond, carved out land for a regional park in Draper, unlocked segments of the Bonneville ...

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