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Property may become more parking

KAYSVILLE (Davis County Clipper) — A home just adjacent to Kaysville’s City Hall was recently purchased by the city for a use yet to be determined.

The .38-acre property, previously owned by the Gailey Trust, was put up for sale and offered to the city after the previous owner died some months ago. The council voted unanimously to purchase the property at a recent meeting. The purchase price was $195,000.

The immediate plan, according to John Thacker, city manager, is to take the house down and then have the lot available for other uses, which may include adding more parking spaces. The timing will depend on the weather.

The entire block is now owned by the city and Davis County and includes Autumn Glow, the Kaysville Branch of the Davis County Library system, city hall, the police station and the recreation center.

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