Friday, December 22, 2006

SLTrib: NSL purchases land for open space

Naysayers of NSL's plans to develop land that falls within Salt Lake County boundaries, have implied that the city has no desire to create, or preserve, open spaces.

Recent actions of the city would counter that argument. The city recently purchased nearly 100 acres on which will be more trail head.

Several organizations have been credited with making some sizable charitable donations to allow the purchase of the land. Namely, Eaglepoint Development, Pace-Platt Investment Co., Plumb Development, B & E Pace Investment and Cordova Limited Partnership.

With land purchase, North S.L. moves dream closer to reality