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Sweet Sugar House
This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2013, and information in the article may be outdated. It is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted.

Re "Gathering spot planned to sweeten Sugar House" (Tribune, May 26):

Sugar House, the village centered where Highland Drive meets 2100 South, has it all — bookstores, parks, library, shops, grocery stores, health services, a college, banks and restaurants. Bus service is readily available and soon a streetcar line for those who, odd as it seems, want to go somewhere else.

We who live in the village can mostly walk. Lunch at a restaurant, visit a bookstore, read Barron's and the Wall Street Journal at the Sprague Library while returning a book. If I need to drive I am just two minutes from a freeway entrance.

It may be my age, but the wine-in-a-box now seems heavier. So a rest between the liquor store and my apartment at new Sugarmont Plaza will be welcome.

Jerry Crouch

Salt Lake City

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