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Cedar Mountain development on hold

CEDAR CITY » Iron County planners are considering whether a proposed development on one of the state's largest mapped landslides would be safe.

Geologists are studying whether the landslide on Cedar Mountain is still active.

County Engineer Steve Platt says that needs to be determined before the Iron County Planning Commission can decide whether to allow the development to be built.

A geologist hired by the county says so far there is not enough data to determine whether the landslide is stable.

Homeowners from a subdivision already built on Cedar Mountain say they have not seen any landslide damage. Original Article

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