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SunCrest residents nervous about city purchase of Draper development
Discussion» Residents voiced their concerns to city officials at a town hall meeting this week.

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"Their vision is going to be our vision," said SunCrest resident Robyn Foulger, of the city owning the property. "They are not being specific and that leads to distrust, I think."

While the contract states the city must close on the deal no later than Nov. 5, the city plans to forgo the due diligence period ending on Oct. 31 and buy the 2,200 acre property in two weeks.

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