The state-run trust that manages assets of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is poised to give homes to 20 people even as it issues eviction notices to those who haven’t paid monthly property fees to the trust.
Meanwhile, United Effort Plan trust administrator Bruce Wisan has been charged with soliciting a prostitute.
On Wednesday at 12:15 p.m., UEP attorney Jeff Shields, private investigator Sam Brower and Tribune reporter Nate Carlisle join Jennifer Napier-Pearce to talk property issues in Short Creek and the future of the UEP trust.
Watch this online video chat at sltrib.com. You can also join the discussion by sending questions and comments to the hashtag #TribTalk on Twitter and Google+ or texting 801-609-8059.
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